Video phones were supposed to be the future. Instead, it's taken until just the past couple of years for a company like Apple to bring us FaceTime. And of course that's not the first videoconferencing system to hit consumers, but it seemed to be one of the first systems designed with ease of use in mind. Now we've got the Biscotti TV Phone. What's different about Biscotti, aside from it being named after an Italian cookie, is that it aims to use your TV as your video phone. By passing HDMI video through the phone, it acts as a sort of overlay so that you can take and receive calls at-will - and on the big screen of your television to boot. We got hold of the Biscotti TV and gave it a run-through to see if it was truly the next evolution of the videophone. Really, we wanted to see if it was revolutionary or just "nifty".
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