Gizmodo has the exclusive review of the Belkin WiFi Skype phone up today, and they seem to be impressed. The connection and setup parts of the process were relatively painless, supporting WEP, WPA, and WPA2-PSK encryption. The actual calls were fairly good as well, with Skype to Skype performing well and SkypeOut almost just as well, with a little added delay.
Other than calling, there’s not much you can do, and the menu options show it. It’s pretty much just a portable Skype client that works on WiFi. The only complaints Giz had were the small screen and sluggish UI. All in all, not a bad price for $179.