Am a bit behind most people here - didn’t get my unit until late last week.
OK, so we’re clearly not talking about iPhones here, but even so, the presentation of the unit in the box is a bit uninspiring - especially as I think the phone looks more expensive than earlier versions.
Documentation, as ever, is limited and of poor quality. Just do away with it and just provide a card with a link; will also save a lot of paper.
Well, not exactly difficult to push the stand into the base. But as many have said, the cable stick out and it doesn’t stay flat.
of more concern would be the bend radius of a cat6a cable with the base - likely to be a bit tight. Also, at first you think ‘hey, i’ll feed those cables through the hole…’ ha ha ha, that isn’t gonna work! Wall mounted looks the best option.
To be honest, I do prefer the DP750 base station in that respect.
Tried on a few switches and all works well.
Loved the way it found the nearest base station - nice, easy connection.
Connecting to the DP752
I have having to look for a default password on the actual device. Sure, a bit more secure - but just takes a bit longer to get things up and running. Just my humble opinion.
That’s it so far. Will be up and running properly today so will add more.