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Hayes USB 56k Modem

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The H08-15360 is a controller-based modem that works with operating systems supporting a USB client, including Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems.

Product Description

 The Model H08-15360 modem is a miniature external V.92/V.90 56K data/fax/voice modem with extensive regulatory compliance qualification around the world. The H08-15360 is designed for worldwide use. Complete regulatory approval has been obtained in 70 major markets. In addition, the product has been tested as compliant with the regulations in nearly every other country in the world. This significantly simplifies the use of a standard H08-15360 for systems deployed worldwide. Specifics on the status of regulatory approvals for the modems are available at www.zoom.com.

 
The H08-15360 is a controller-based modem that works with operating systems supporting a USB client, including Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems. The small size (3 inches x 1 inch x 0.8 inches) of the H08-15360 and the integrated USB cable make the modem easy to integrate into a wide range of systems. The USB port of a connected computer provides power to the modem, eliminating the need for a power cube and simplifying the design for exported systems. The Model H08-15360 USB Mini External combines highly efficient design, easy installation and high performance. Configuration is automatic and reliable without the potential conflicts of an internal modem.

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