The CIT200 kit comprises a USB base station that plugs into your PC's USB port, a charger, and a cordless handset that supports many features available on regular cordless phones, such as call waiting, multiple ring tones, speakerphone, and an LCD panel.
On the downside, unlike the Actiontec adapter, the CIT200 doesn't support regular landline calls. But the prospect of making Skype feel more like using a regular phone? Probably worth the estimated $129.99 street price. Units will be available starting on October 17, and we're eager to get our little hands on it.