Five external modems designed to keep educators talking. (Hardware Review) (evaluation) Pogue, Larry

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Pogue, Larry
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Electronic Learning
Subjects
Evaluation; U.S. Robotics Courier 1200 (Modem); Novation 1200 XE (Modem)
Audience
Academic; Trade
Summary
External modems do not use computer power supply or take up a valuable expansion slot. They can be connected to many different computers with standard cable and serial interface. Reviewed here are: the Hayes Smartmodem 1200 ($599); Novation 1200XE ($299); E & E Datacomm Avatex 1200 ($120); U.S. Robotics Courier 1200 ($499); and the Cermetek 1200 ($395). All these modems have the following features: an ability to switch between 300 and 1200 bps; auto dialing and auto answering; support of pulse or touch-tone dialing; support of single or multiline systems; and international calling. The Novation 1200XE is judged to be the best.
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