Remember that VOIP is simply another Internet application, like email or web browsing. So the only thing stopping you from conducting video, as well as audio, Internet messaging is having a video phone. So put this on your list of VOIP accessories you can't live without: A VOIP enabled videophone. It comes with a high-definition screen and a built-in camera. Of course, the other person you connect with will need one, too. These don't come cheap, either. Expect to pay over $500 for each phone.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|