Motorola has launched the latest models in its range of digital cordless home-phones - the D10 and D11.

Offering, "intuitive design in a sleek sculptural form", Moto says the phones are both easy and comfortable to use.

With eco credentials, the handsets automatically adjust to optimise output depending on how far they are from the base unit.

There's an "eco mode" which uses less battery power and increases talk-time while materials used in the phones comprise of at least 20% recycled material.

Both models offer ansa-machine capabilities, remote access, backlit displays, polyphonic ringtones, hands-free, speakerphone and 100-entry phonebooks. The D11 also gets a colour screen, SMS messaging and 3-way conference calling.

The new D10 and D11 range of phones are available from November 2008, pricing TBC.