Using Wideband Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telephone (WDECT) technology, Uniden claims the 2355 delivers better range, clarity and security compared to regular DECT phones. The stylish looking white handsets feature an orange backlit LCD and keypad so home users should have no problem seeing who is calling at night. Caller identification is enhanced though the 2355's 100 phone number capacity and the ability to assign up to 20 ring tones to stored contacts. Uniden also tout a talk time of seven hours or a standby time of up to 10 days.

Singles and self-employed home workers will probably not benefit (nor have the room for) all three handsets so the $299 recommended retail price will be unjustifiable to some.

Although the retail price of $299 may seem high, Uniden provides three handsets as well as a hands-free headset in the package. Furthermore, the base station features a digital answering machine with a one touch divert button and a Do Not Disturb feature.