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IPEVO, whose minimalist Free-1 USB handset made it stupidly simple to make SkypeOut calls, just dialed us up and announced three new products for CES. The Solo.1 (above) is a Skype certified phone that doesn't need the computer—it's an IP phone with a 2-port 10/100Mbps Ethernet switch. The 2.4-inch color screen has the usual Skype interface along with a way to look at your remaining credits, and a speaker phone function. It's available in March for $170.

The TRIO is a two-in-one (uh, trio-get it?) speaker phone and handset. Photo and details, as well as the free.2, after the jump...

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You can change the TRIO from one mode to the other using a switch on the side. It's available at the end of February for $70.

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The free.2 is the updated version of IPEVO's old standby. They've added an LCD screen and a record button. $45 in February.

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