The Wideye Sabre 1 by AddValue is a 3.6 lb Inmarsat BGAN terminal with internet access speeds up to 384 kbps suitable for web browsing and email applications. In addition to the RJ-45 Ethernet port, it has an integrated Class I BlueTooth Access Point (with up to 328 foot range) that supports both Bluetooth headsets, an optional Bluetooth handset with dialpad, and wireless internet access.
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CORDED CALLER ID HANDSET: The Wideye Sabre 1 Standard Kit includes a caller ID handset with coiled cord. The caller ID handset has a built-in phone book and lets you see your callers' phone numbers and review them later for easy call back. Other standard phone equipment can also be used through the Wideye Sabre 1's RJ-11 telephone jack.
OPTIONAL BLUETOOTH HANDSET AND BLUETOOTH HEADSET CAPABILITIES:
You can use most Bluetooth headsets in conjunction with the phonebook feature of the terminal to make calls. An optional Bluetooth handset with dialing pad is available for wireless calling up to 328 feet from the BGAN (see accessories below).
SHORT MESSAGING (TEXTING) CAPABILITIES:
The Wideye Sabre 1 can send and receive 160-character short messages (SMS). An envelope icon displays on the LCD screen of the terminal when an SMS message has been received. If someone leaves you a voicemail, the Inmarsat voicemail system will send an SMS message to your terminal to inform you that the voicemail is waiting.
or use the web interface from any web browser on any Windows or Macintosh computer.