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A PAD, or Personal Access Device, is a (usually) small computing device that allows a user to access the Net and perform various other tasks. There are countless models available, of different shapes and sizes, and each with unique features such as:

  • Net connectivity
  • voice call capability
  • built-in secretaries
  • games
  • remote connectivity to/control of hardware
  • internal memory for data storage

Meanwhile, a VoicePAD is a personal access device with most of its functions ripped out. Just about all it's good for is making voice-calls and managing your contacts. The only reason to even have one is for its anonymity, which for a certain kind of person is all the reason one needs.

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