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Pros: Easy modular design, great looks, solidly built, great onboard fans, very quiet.
Cons: The front panel is USB3 only so the internal expansion connector is 3.0 only and some motherboard that actually have 3.0 still don't seem to provide expansion slots. I bought this with ASUS M5 A97 mobo and apparently the front panel is not available.
This is not readily apparent so you/re stuck with waiting on a converter, in this case they at least provide one, which is this:
Looks really embarrasing when you're trying to complete a project on time.
Other Thoughts: Overall I am quite impressed for the price, nice quiet onboard fans, plenty of room, great modular design and awesome looks.
I am really irked at the cheapness of the manufacturer for not providing an easy way to install on mobos that you either want to put usb 2.0 on the front or don't have 3.0 available as expansion set.
This review is from: Grandstream GS-HT702 2-FXS port Analog Telephone Adapter
Pros: This unit can convert 2 phone lines, and although I didn't need two, it was a welcome option in case of future upgrade, for example if the office gets a second fax machine.
Vonage Business managed to get this unit to work with their phone system and so far it has been running fine for about a month.
It has DHCP option so I didn't have to hardcode its IP which was another welcome plus.
Cons: This is probably one of the worst explained units I've ever had the displeasure of dealing. Luckily I managed to do most of the installation correctly and Vonage guided me the rest of the way.
It would be nice if Grandstream could get their tech support department to write up a few "How To" manuals on setting with different type of popular providers, in my case this was business installation and I think they can pick up quite a few sales if they could get their tech support and documentation right. Better user interface won't hurt either.