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This review is from: Obihai OBi200 VoIP Telephone Adapter with Google Voice & SIP
Pros: google voice, can add 3 more services with GV, works with existing phone, very customizable
Cons: no router, but it's cheaper then the 202, not really a con, this thing is not plug and play it takes a bit of reading and planningREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Obihai OBi202 VoIP Phone Adapter with Router – Google Voice, SIP & T.38 Fax Support
Pros: GV's been working fine, I saw a note from Obihai that google is extending the XMblahblahblah that makes the Obihai work over GV so that's a good thing. I also have VoIP.ms on my 202 and it works fine. I even added the e911 from VoIP.ms and everything seems to be working just great. I haven't tried a fax yet and from what I have read, it still is a 50/50 chnace it will work. It is a bit of a climb on the learning curve with both the Obihai and VoIP service providers but I think it's worth it.
Cons: takes some reading and searching on google to make sure you get all the "switches" set rightREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: did a big upgrade, cpu (8350), HD, memory, video card, over an older AMD Athlon 240 with 4 GB of memory
Mostly there is not a huge difference in the performance, except for the SSD in the new configuration. I probably should have keep my old stuff going for a while longer and just got the SSD It really does make a difference in boot time, disk speed, programs loading, ect... I tried the system with a HD for comparison and had other boots on the HD too that were way slower then the stuff on the SSD
I don't really know if it's just this particular SSD or not but this one does work well.
main OS is fedora 20
also booted Crunch Bang! and Mint LMDE, worked fine.
I don't have Windows or games so I can't say anything about them with the SSD.
Cons: had to wait for it go on saleREAD FULL REVIEW