HIRO V.92 56K EXTERNAL USB DATA FAX VOICE MODEM SUPPORT WINDOWS XPτ-BIT Hiro H50113 USB modem provides an easy way to link yourself to the world. It incorporated the V.92 standard, so your PC can establish a connection faster, and the connection can be up to 56K speed. Modem-on-hold feature allows you to answer a phone call during an internet connection, then resume after the call is finished without killing the connection. The bundled Fax Talk Communicator application allows you to use your PC as an answer / voicemail box as well as a fax machine. Installing this modem is an easy process with the external design and USB interface, all you need do to is to connect the USB and phone cable, without even opening up your PC. With so many features packed into such a little box, you can never go wrong with Hiro modem. ------------------------- VENDOR: Hiro Inc MPN: H50113 UPC: 649258501138 KEY FEATURES PRODUCT TYPE - Data Fax Voice Modem WARRANTY - 1 year DETAIL SPECIFICATIONS Chipset: Agere / Lucent Modem Protocol: ITU-T V.92/K56Flex, ITU-T V.34bis, V.34, V.32bis, V.32, V.22bis, V.22, V.21, V.23 Bell 212A/103, V.80 Fax Compatibility: 14.4k bps Send/Receive, G3 Compatible Software Compatibility: AT Command Set Compatible Error Correction: MNP2-4, V.42 Data Compression: MNP5 & V.42bis DTE To Modem Data Rate Max: 115200 bps Data Interface: USB specification v1.1 compliant Voice Function: Yes Line Interface: RJ-11 Modular jack, Line/Phone3 System requirements: Pentium II 266 MHz or higher, 1 CDROM drive, 1 available PCI slot Supported Operation System: Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000 & server/2003 & server/XP & XP Professional x64 Edition Latest V.92 Standard Protocol: Faster connection up to 56 Kbps Less time to establish a connection Can answer phone call during active connection Modem-On-Hold Feature: Receive phone call during active internet connection without termination Fax Talk Communicator Software: Communicator allows your PC / modem to serve as your fax & voicemail machine. External Style & USB Interface: Easy to install without opening your computer up.