The U.S. Robotics 56K Performance Pro Modem combines controller-based performance with the advantages of V.92 technology. Receive incoming calls while online. Get online faster and reach speeds up to 48 Kbps upstream and 53 Kbps downstream. This modem is software upgradable and supports both Linux and Windows operating systems.
Compatible with both V.92 and V.90 standards
Includes the best of V.92: Quick Connect, Modem on Hold, and V.PCM Upstream
Caller ID and distinctive ring support
Powerful processing power built in
Enhanced Internet gaming mode
Simple Plug and Play installation
Delayed and broadcast faxing capability
Fax and communications software included
Works with Linux and Windows operating systems
Includes advanced line probing technology
For nearly three decades, U.S. Robotics has been at the forefront of modem technology by connecting users to the Internet. The company was founded in classic tech start-up fashion in an Illinois garage in 1976 and named after the "greatest company in the known galaxy"-U.S. Robot-from the science fiction novel I, Robot by Isaac Asimov.
Chances are your first Internet connection was with U.S. Robotics. Now, they're opening new worlds with wireless networking products for homes and small offices, wireless Internet devices and services, new cable and DSL modems for broadband access, and much more.
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