"i'm laughing"4.5 starson by jayw654
Pros: double memory, texas instrument chipset, 10/100 full duplex
Cons: none at all
Summary: This is a very good device. they have doubled the memory, used a texas instrument chipset, and stopped the break up in the voice that knownly cause by 10 megabit half duplex ethernet or makes it far more prone to it. This box they have changed it to the 10/100 full duplex. Which means you'll get a constant uninterrupted voice going out and coming in. For those of you that bought the locked version i'm sorry but i'm laughing at you. You should NEVER buy a locked device and if you did you deserve the the complications that come with it. But to be somewhat cool about it you could buy and open unlocked device from voxilla.com or voipsupply.com. The issues you have are caused by your provider NOT the unit itself but since the device is lock you'll never experience it's full potential by using it with another provider. Don't get caught in the trap don't buy a locked device, which is what you get when you go to vonage, earthlink, att,joi phone and sunrocket. Broadvoice uses locked devices also but they also allow you to BYOD which means "Bring Your Own Device". Hope this helps, I don't like to see anyone get caught in the trap! BTW this review is for the pap2t not the pap2. and one last tid-bit of info "NA" means it's unlock and it's set for North America. Such in this example "pap2t-na"