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Is there a handset compatible with google gmail voice?

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I've tested calling landline phones from gmail's new voice dial feature.  Worked great.  To replace the analog home phone I'd want to have a Wifi IP phone with the ability to hook into gmail.  That is a handset that would use WiFi, obtain an IP address and allow me to login to gmail and stay logged into gmail just for the purpose of making and receiving calls.  Does any such animal exist?
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Hmmm - well these posts seem to be saying you need a phone or gateway connecting to a SIP provider and then you could have gvoice forward to it.  I'm trying to chop out the middleman and have the phone or gateway register directly with gmail.  
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Not precisely what I was seeking but thanks for the reply.
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