The Magic Touch

September 2003
Management Services;Sep2003, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p30
Academic Journal
This article evaluates the Magic 3 fax-plus machines from Philips. The Magic 3 Primo is an ink film fax machine with telephone and copier facilities. There is a group broadcast facility and polling in send and receive. The telephone has hands free dialing, 10 short dial keys and 50 name dial entries. The Magic 3 Voice is all that plus an answering machine with a short-messaging service (SMS) function, a 200-name phonebook and hands-free talking. The SMS allows the user to send and receive SMS over the landline, print and save up to 30 messages and broadcast to up to five recipients.


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