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TouchGuide, Mode Keys and TouchSlider on OpenStage 80

The main Navigation on OpenStage phones is realised as a disk with several keys/press points and (on OpenStage 60/80) an innovative touch sensitive area for easy to use navigation.

You can use this control element for navigation within one menu level, undo one step and selection affirmation via OK key or the right arrow (depending on situation). The control element exists on both OpenStage SIP/HFA phones and OpenStage TDM phones. The navigation corresponds to optiGuide on the forerunner optiPoint phones.

OpenStage 60/80

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The TouchGuideTM on OpenStage 60, OpenStage 60 T, OpenStage 80 and OpenStage 80 T phones is realised as a disk with 4 press points (up, down, right / forward and left / back), an OK key in the centre and a touch sensitive area surrounding the disk. OpenStage 60/80 phones provide further touch sensitive navigation elements like TouchSliderTM and Mode Keys.

OpenStage 40

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The 5-way navigation key on OpenStage 40 and OpenStage 40 T phones is realised as a disk with 4 keys (up, down, right / forward and left / back), and an OK key in the centre.

OpenStage 20

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The 3-way navigation key on OpenStage 20 and OpenStage 20 T phones is realised as a disk with 2 keys (up and down), and an OK key in the centre.

OpenStage 15

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The 3-way navigation on OpenStage 15 T phones is realised with three single keys (up, OK and down), like the optiGuide navigation on optiPoint telephones.

See also

Show SIP related | Show HFA related | Show TDM related