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LinuxPR: Keyspan Ships USB serial Adapter for Linux, Mac, and Windows

Mar 05, 2001, 19:24 (1 Talkback[s])

"Keyspan, America's top selling brand of USB connectivity products, is now shipping its new USB 4-port Serial Adapter. Distributed by Ingram Micro and Tech Data, the adapter has an MSRP of $149."

"The Keyspan USB 4-Port Serial Adapter allows 4 serial devices to be connected to a single USB port. Each of its male DB9 ports allows connection to RS232 serial devices at data rates up to 960 Kbps. In addition to supporting Linux 2.4, the Keyspan USB 4-Port Serial Adapter can also be used on the Windows 98, Windows Me and Windows 2000 platforms, as well as with Mac OS 8.6 or higher. Support for Mac OS X will be available in the 3rd quarter."

"This new adapter is targeted to enterprise and industrial market segments. It is an ideal for connecting serial devices needed in laboratory, manufacturing, and retail settings for Point of Sale (POS), process control, or data retrieval applications."

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