It looks like a commercial radio to me, I assume not made for PMR446.
Since it has no screen you would have to program which channels it will use and the ctcss/dcs for each of them in advance of using it, which is a bit annoying especially if someone else comes on the same channel as you.
Radios with no screen are usually not PMR446 ones for the above reason. However with the cable and software, you could program them in and use it legally as long as it doesn't have an ERP of more than 500mW.
Thank you for the reply, these in fact are PMR446 as according to the manufacturer,http://www.topcom.net/en/communication/product/110/Protalker1016.html
PMR (Walkie Talkie 446 MHz)
Range up to: 10 km
Memory channel + CTCSS: 8+DCS / 8 standard
Replaceable belt clip
Drop water proof: IP54
Extra compander noise reduction circuitry to get crystal clear sound
automatic battery saver
Extendable with other PMR's
However its odd cause im used to the G7 which has the 8 PMR channes and "X" subchannels this however seems a different ball game.
I do can use the PC Software but im at a loss, things like Squelch and such are giving me a headache (yes i know G7 are easy) and to say this honestly this is giving me goosebumps as i have no idea what to configure.
So far i just got to the point that i know that i wont be having more than 16 channels in at one time and even so it seems a pain.
Even any of those Puxings seems to pack more features.