It looks the same as the MagicJackGObut in a white case. It might do something in the future with a firmware update, or in the next version? Maybe it's easier for someone to dispute a dishonest charge? But the Magic Jack is made well and is very tough, and is unlikely to be damaged by foreign voltage - I tried. But the new version, the MagicJack Plus, can be connected directly to your router or modem and can be used without a computer as long as you have broadband Internet service.
You plug it into your computer via USB to set it up with your account, then you are given the option to remove it and connect it to your network with no PC associated with it or keep using it on your USB port.
How do I set-up/connect magicJack?
You can make all the "free" US calls you want according to Magic Jack, but it is limited. Your computer will automatically detect MagicJack Plus within four minutes, and display the installation setup wizard. You don't even need to plug it into a PC to set it up. Or hire a local phone man to help you. X, and Intel MACsor you can plug it directly into an Ethernet port on your network switch or router. Whatever they come up with might not work great, but they do have really neat ideas.