MATRIX FOR GB230 Manufacturer/Importer: LG Electronics Product Brand (s) LG Electronics Models (range/product family) Website and/or contact details for the product GB230 Telephone Features For People with Disabilities Mobility / Dexterity Features Dial-out buffer memory Speaker-phone capable Short Messaging Service capable Predictive Text sending Guarded/recessed keys Handset weight www.lge.com.au Requirements - Description Circle answer or Insert the value Number to be called can be entered and checked on the display before sending. Hands free operation during dialling and after call initiated If “Yes” does the phone have full duplex speaker phone capability Messages can be read, composed and sent using the phone's screen and or keypad Yes Yes No Yes Phone predicts a whole word from the first few letters of the word being typed using an inbuilt dictionary (for SMS/MMS use) Yes Keys that are recessed or guarded in some way are easier to press and reduce the possibility of pressing the wrong key. Weight of handset. For handset incorporating batteries, weight of handset together with batteries. Please specify type or model of batteries used. REMARKS Speaker Mode Yes 72Gram 88Gram Type: Li-Ion Polymer, Model: LGIP-330NA Handset - plug connected Alternative headset can be connected in lieu of handset Yes But, Ear-Mic provided by LGE can be only supported. Connection for Additional earphone/headset This facility enables an additional earphone to be plugged in so both ears can be used to listen or another person can listen and assist with a call. It also enables a headset to be installed for hands-free use. Yes It support the stereo ear-mic. Coupling to a device (Allows people to use computers as text terminals. Particularly useful for deaf consumers. Also allows customised devices to work with the phone.) Device can be connected to the phone by using: VISION FEATURES Tactile key markers (cordless and mobile) cable infrared signal Yes No Bluetooth / WLAN Yes It support the Bluetooth other: (please describe)………… Yes FM radio A tactile (such as a raised 'pip') marker to identify where the '5' key is. (required for all CE sold in Australia. This line not required. Yes Standard key layouts Key feedback - tactile Key feedback - audible Audible identification of Keys Adjustable font Display Characteristics HEARING FEATURES Key feedback - displayed Ringer volume adjustable Receiver Amplification Automatic Answering Automatic Hanging Up Text display - visual Tactile ringing signal Visual ringing signal Visual line status display Number layout uses the standard 3 x 4 (12 key) keypad array Pressing a key provides a change that can be felt to confirm button has been pressed. Pressing a key provides a tone that can be heard to confirm button has been pressed. The number on the Number keys is spoken when pressed. Audible key feedback different for function and number keys Adjustable font style Adjustable character size Colour display Number being dialled is displayed on the screen Adjustment of the ringing volume is possible Volume Level can be adjusted by the user Enables the phone to pick up a call automatically after a designated number of rings. Phone ends the call when the other person hangs up Visual display of incoming text is provided Vibrating indication is provided when the phone rings Light source is provided to indicate when the phone rings Visual display of the line status (i.e. on-line) Adjustable volume control of microphone to amplify outgoing speech. Microphone amplification Setting "Retains" or "Resets" to default after each call. Speech-input keying Voice recognition for setting up calls. Text send - keyboard Standard layout of QWERTY keyboard. ADDITIONAL FEATURES & CHARACTERISTICS Please list/describe any additional features with may benefit people with disabilities. OPTIONAL FEATURES & ACCESSORIES Please list/describe any additional features which may benefit people with disabilities. Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No But, default menu is black&white colour.