Blazing modems

Angus, Jeff
May 1995
Macworld;May95, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p103
Looks at the first V.34 standard modems. Reasons for buying V.34; Limiting factors; Features to look for in modems; Next-generation speed. INSET: What speed do V.34 modems deliver, by Matt Clark..


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