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Zoom 3095 USB Mini External Modem - USB - 1 x RJ-11 Phone Line - 56 Kbps
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- USB Powered - no batteries or power adapter required. USB plug is built into modem. USB version 1.1, 2.0, and 3.0 compliant
- Supports the latest dial-up modem standards and faster Web browsing with V.92, V.90 and V.44
- Fast Connect Times with V.92 QuickConnect
- Fax Support - a Windows or Mac OS X (v10.6 or later) computer is required
- Compact Size - Great for the road or the office.
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The 3095 USB Mini External combines a highly efficient design, easy installation and high performance in a surprisingly low-cost product. With its small size, light weight and integrated USB cable, the 3095 is perfect for travel or home office use. The modem plugs directly into a USB port and works with any operating system supporting a USB interface, including Windows, Macintosh, or Linux. Configuration is automatic and reliable without the potential conflicts of an internal modem. And the USB port provides power to the modem, so you don't need a power cube. That means no bulky power cube when you travel and no power cube clutter at your desk.
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save a few bucks and buy the trendnet.
If your using this for a phone app for caller ID, and with rejection messages to be played.....
it'll do the caller ID with the latest drivers, but there's a bug with these types of modems (the chip set that most USB modems use. But for the HiRO H50113 - it's different) and Win7. The rejection messages from the phone app won't play.
The HiRO H50113 doesn't have that bug in Win7, and uses a different chip set.
Make sure you got to the HiRO website and download the driver there, when installed it's version : 18.104.22.168
Do not use the Windows generic driver.
(with all the modems I tried, I used the driver from their website)
For basic caller ID and for PC based dialer, the trendnet works GREAT, and the price is great.
It's the one I settled on , till I found the HiRO H50113 didn't have the play message bug in Win7.
Having reviewed numerous other posts relating to USB modems and problems encountered by others, I recommend downloading the appropriate drivers (for your operating system) from www-dot-zoomtel-dot-com and simply installing the downloaded drivers, rather than trying to use the install disk that comes in the box. Doing so has a couple of advantages: (a) Zoomtel's downloaded driver package does not include any proprietary bundled software, so you don't get such auto-installed--along with the problems that seem to come along with that unwanted and unnecessary proprietary software, and (b) If you want "NetWaiting", it's a separate download--otherwise, "NetWaiting" is not installed. The downloaded driver package is a self-executing archive file. After extracting its contents, follow the install instructions on the included ReadMe file and NOT the (convoluted) instructions on the "Quick Start" sheet included in the box.
Despite being on the high end of the price scale, I bought the Zoom because (a) it's the only USB modem stocked by Fry's Electronics, Best Buy and Office Depot; (b) the downloaded driver package does not include any proprietary software; and (c) numerous posts relating to the U.S.Robotics product falling apart. Installation and use are straightforward. It works.
The US Robotics USB modem is not OS compatible out of the box, but if you Google "US Robotics os 10 driver", you can download the free driver from a US Robotics site.