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1. 3COM Corp 802.11B/G WRLS ROUTER
$224.99
2. Office Connect ISDN Lan Modem
$73.99
3. 3COM Corp OFFICECONNECT WIRELESS
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4. 3COM OFFICECONNECT VPN FIREWALL
$67.99
5. 3COM Corp OFFICECONNECT WIRELESS
$103.99 list($149.99)
6. 3Com 00371800 HomeConnect PC Digital
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7. 3COM Corp WIRELESS 802.11A/B/G
$149.99 list($249.00)
8. U.S. Robotics ISDN Pro Terminal
$139.69
9. 3Com Audrey Web Appliance
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10. Wireless Bluetooth Pccard Nicno
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11. 3Com OfficeConnect Secure Router
$154.99 list($79.99)
12. 3COM Corp OFFICECONNECT WRLS 108MBPS
$95.99 $69.99
13. 3COM OFFICECONNECT WIRELESS (
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14. OFFICECONNECT ISDN LAN MODEM
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15. 3COM Corp OFFICECONNECT WIRELESS
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16. 3COM GIGABIT NIC ( 3C2000-T )
$308.99 $239.00 list($474.99)
17. 3Com SuperStack 3 Switch 4226T
18. 3COM 56K PCMCIA Modem
$39.88
19. 3COM 3CXM756USOE 56K Fax Modem
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20. 3COM Corp U.S. ROBOTICS 802.11G

1. 3COM Corp 802.11B/G WRLS ROUTER & USB ( USR5470 )
list price: $94.99
our price: $98.99
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Asin: B0006HIMXE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 27046
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2. Office Connect ISDN Lan Modem

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Asin: B000067O57
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com
Sales Rank: 5345
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the best ISDN router available
I have tried many ISDN routers, and this bar none is the best available. Easy to set up and recommended by all major ISDN service providers. ... Read more


3. 3COM Corp OFFICECONNECT WIRELESS 11G ( 3CRWE554G72TU-US )

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Asin: B0002WPSFI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 24330
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4. 3COM OFFICECONNECT VPN FIREWALL ( 3CR870-95-US )

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Asin: B0000ULACC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 35057
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5. 3COM Corp OFFICECONNECT WIRELESS 54 MBPS ( 3CRTRV10075-US )

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Asin: B00064C5FS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 5239
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6. 3Com 00371800 HomeConnect PC Digital Camera
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00000JDHV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com
Sales Rank: 5359
Average Customer Review: 3.95 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

PC Digital Camera is easy to detach from its 9-foot Universal Serial Bus (USB) connector, so there's no more fumbling behind your PC. Then you just pop it onto the USB cable on a different PC or laptop and you're ready to go.The unit adjusts automatically from bright to very dim light. You can see bright, clear images in conditions from full sunlight to hotel light to birthday candles.When you travel on business, what's better than your kids' snapshots in your wallet?How about saying good-night to them right from your hotel room? When you can't visit grandpa across the country, try video e-mail, featuring pictures created by his favorite young artists! With the HomeConnect PC Digital Camera, the Internet is more than a business tool or a big library, it's a way to share smiles. ... Read more

Features

  • Video e-mail, video phone calls, and Webcam functionality
  • Sharp, clear pictures
  • 1-touch snapshot button for instant digital photos
  • Automatic light-adjustment feature
  • Portable

Reviews (58)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great performance and value. Unbeatable combination.
An ideal webcam for windows 95/98 for the price. Excellent low light support and clarity of pictures. Slow framerates at higher resolutions are due to the USB connection, but then again, potential buyers should know that USB Cams are slower than PCI card Cams. However, it's got the fastest framerates of all the USB webcams that I've tested. I like the detacheable 9ft cord and the shutter button on the camera for taking pictures away from the PC. I've tried the Logitech Quickcam Pro, Kodak DVC325 and the Intel Create & Share Cams, and opted for the 3com Cam due to better performance. I really don't see any negative sides to this Cam.

Note: No NT drivers at this point.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a great web camera, works great with Netmeeting.
The 3Com USB camera turned out a lot better than I thought. It auto adjusts to severe light conditions where other web cams (even the expensive alternatives like Winnov) fall short. The picture quality is excellent and the frame rates are very good for a USB device.

I tried it on Windows 2000 using Netmeeting 3.01 and it works perfectly - just make sure you download and install the drivers from 3com web site! I didn't even bother putting the setup CD in my computer, opting instead for the beta drivers from the web site.

Beware that several users have problems with the software and driver on the CD. Also look to make sure your USB device is installed and compatible (download the drivers from the 3com site BEDORE you buy the product to use a utility that comes with the drivers that will TEST your USB system for compatiblilty!) My Toshiba had an unsupported NEC USB Hub under Windows 2000!

It's really a good camera, just take these precautions before you buy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Camera
This thing rocks. You can put it in a pitch black room turn it on sit in front of it and light a candle anywhere in the room (given the room is not really huge) and it will auto adjust and look perfect in a few moments

1-0 out of 5 stars Dissatisfaction
The seller didn't include USB cable to get the cam running or the software, charged almost $6 for s/h and he only spent $1.42 and arrived 13 days after the date of order.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT webcam!
WOW! I'm impressed! And I live in Hollywood CA, the land of people who are no longer impressed by much of anything ;-) I have several other cameras of various sorts. They're mottled, grainy, washed out, and in general just nasty. Heck, I'd even be embarrassed to put YOUR picture on it :-) But the 3Com picture is different. This thing has a professional quality picture, and the utilities have more adjustments than an Enron finaincial statement.

Even though 3com discontinued it, the camera,lens kit (wide, closeup, telephoto), and software that actually works are available from http://www.vividcommunications.com
My one gripe right now is that I can't get the frame speed high enough in low light, but I'm sure it can be done with the right tweaks (so anyone - HELP!) ... Read more


7. 3COM Corp WIRELESS 802.11A/B/G LAN PC ( 3CRPAG175 )

our price: $93.99
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Asin: B0000AOWY1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 5177
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars It's a no brainer
This product is a solid performer. Unlike other products where you may not be able to carry a notebook in its carrying case, the antenna slides and becomes flush with the body of the notebook. It might seem cosmetic, but the value added is very real.
Otherwise, the card performs as one would expect from a 3Com. The software (driver) is good. The default is to connect to any available router.
There is another software product on the CD which allows you to connect adhoc to any other card but considering the security aspects, you might not wish to use that. ... Read more


8. U.S. Robotics ISDN Pro Terminal Adapter with USB and RS232 Serial Cable
list price: $249.00
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Asin: B00004Z8RH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com
Sales Rank: 24047
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Great product, high price
For those us poor schleps without any other broadband alternative, ISDN is a viable option. If you are looking to head down this path, the 3Com adapter is a good option. It will provide a fairly easy to configure, reliable connection. Unfortunately, like all 3Com modems, it is overpriced. Check out the auction sites, as people are jumping from ISDN to DSL or cable modems every day. ... Read more


9. 3Com Audrey Web Appliance

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Asin: B000051JUL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com
Sales Rank: 30999
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The 3Com Ergo Audrey is part of the new breed of Internet appliancesdesigned to get you connected with e-mail and exploring the Web with as fewextraneous hardware features and as little hassle as possible. The Audreycertainly fulfills that end of the bargain, and it adds organization tools thatcan help a family keep track of busy schedules. But it's important to rememberthat it is a simplified appliance--it's limited in the scope of tasks it canperform and thus can be frustrating to savvy Web users.

To the credit of 3Com, the Audrey looks unlike any other Internet appliance onthe market. It reminded us of magazine articles from the 1950s that imaginedwhat it would be like to live in the 21st century. Its simple, cool curves fanout like a T-bird, and it has a chrome top (with two speakers) and oversizebuttons that help you navigate between calendar, Web browser, e-mail, and Audreychannels. It also has a nicely compact body, ready to fit right into the kitchenof tomorrow, today.

The Audrey comes with just a small keyboard (which connects via an infraredport), a power cord, and a clear plastic stylus that sticks out of the top ofthe device and is used to tap commands and browser buttons on the touch screen.The docked stylus also doubles as an e-mail alert, flashing green whenever theAudrey connects and collects e-mail. You also get a serial port and two USBports for connecting Palm or Handspring docking cradles (you can synchronizeonly with Palm OS handhelds). The Audrey is also broadband ready if you use anoptional USB-to-Ethernet adapter.

Setting up the Audrey was really quite simple. We entered the user informationto our existing dial-up account and connected immediately. Happily, the Audreyis one of the few Web appliances that enable you to choose your own Internetservice provider (ISP). If you don't have one, the Audrey defaults to suggestingAT&T WorldNet for $15 per month--but doesn't force you into the choice.

The Audrey's e-mail center isn't very robust, offering only New, Old, and Sentsections. You can't receive attachments, and there is no option of storagefolders. But this is part of the Audrey's elegant, minimalist philosophy,targeted to users with a full-powered computer to use as their main onlinecommunications center (where e-mail can be stored and sorted and attachmentsviewed). That said, there are some fun features to the e-mail application,allowing you to doodle a message (sent as a GIF image) or a recorded message ofup to 3 minutes (sent as a WAV file).

We also found the device's screen frustrating; its small size caused many Webpages to scroll horizontally, and the contrast was too dark unless we sat in aprecise position. Even more unnerving was the small keyboard, which inexplicablyfeatures punctuation keys half the size of the letter keys.These tiny keyscaused us to continuously make typos in our Web addresses--strange, for a devicesupposedly designed for Internet use, where Web addresses feature many "/" and"." strokes.

The browser isn't stacked with plug-ins, but it does feature Macromedia Flashand RealPlayer for streaming audio, allowing you to use the Audrey as anInternet radio. Unfortunately, you can't surf the Web or use other applicationsand listen to audio at the same time. We also found that once the Audrey's cachememory was filled (after Web browsing and listening to BBC Radio 1), the audiogot choppy and we had to restart the unit.

In addition to Web content, the Audrey also features a set of channels thatdownload content at specified times of the day and night (so you don't have toconnect each time you want to read news from ABC). To access a channel, weturned the TV-style knob on the front and selected ESPN, which delivered aboutthree of that day's top headlines. Unfortunately, only a few channels areavailable at this time--others include CBS MarketWatch and Mr. Showbiz.

The other main component of the Audrey is its organizer features, borrowed fromthe Palm OS. We synchronized our calendar information and e-mail and phonecontact information from our Handspring Visor, but that's all that's stored--noaddresses, no notes (unless attached to calendar items), and no to-do list (abig disappointment for an appliance meant for the kitchen). However, it doesallow you to have two tracks of calendar items--one for the parents and one forthe kids.

Of all the Internet appliances available, the Audrey is truly the mostappliancelike--and that's a compliment. It's a very functional product for yourbusy family kitchen. Just don't expect the whiz-bang technology you take forgranted on your Pentium-class PC. Still, we hope that future versions of theAudrey do become more robust, with added online and organization features. --Agen G.N. Schmitz ... Read more

Features

  • Stand-alone Web browser works with your Internet service provider; get instant access to up to 12 preset Web channels and e-mail
  • Features a color touch screen and wireless keyboard
  • Organizer functions include datebook, memo pad, and address book
  • Synchronize date with 2 Palm OS-compatible devices
  • Includes internal 56 Kbps modem; broadband ready with optional 3Com USB Ethernet adapter

Reviews (18)

2-0 out of 5 stars Serious issues
Audrey and 3com have serious problems. Let me establish my background - I'm an avid fan of the Palm series and now have a Palm VII having given my Palm 3x to my wife. The intuitiveness of the Palm and the research that went into it did not translate to Audrey. This thing was obviously designed without researching housewives and families with children and what they really need. Also, some of the ads and the original web site are/were misleading. What I think Audrey is good for - a synching station for a 2 palm couple. If your goal is to have a single place to view two calendars side by side - this will work. But if that is your goal - why pay [this much money]? The positive reviews on this page sound like synching couples or 3com employees not families with kids. Now for the problems - calendar is full of quirks-you cannot create individual color coded schedules as originally shown in misleading ads-Audrey has its own schedule and then up to two palms have their schedules which are color coded. We have a family with 3 kids and were excited that each could have their own schedule. No dice. Synching with audrey requires that you mark each event you want to synch over one by one. And an event owned by the Audrey calendar can't synch to a palm pilot. Email is almost unusable - most attachments are two large for it. Stations is an abortion and appears to be a serious bug of the system. My station knob didn't work, 3com support said "bend it down-now it's fixed!" It wasn't - stations blow by like lightning and then the system locks with a browser memory error. Then you have to unplug it and half the time it doesn't boot up right. Oh, and when it does-you get to go through setup again. The browser seems OK though the screen is small but 3com touts the goofy feature of copying something from the browser to email to send to somebody else. That's a non feature - get the customer's needs down. To sum it up - the first hour my wife spent with this caused her to say "Uggh" with all the limitations(there are many) and kludginess and bugs. And finally - support is horrid. We had to send ours back and it's been over a month with no word. When you call, they have no clue.

To sum it up, the concept and promise were exciting and I see where it can go but it's like expecting Albert Einstien and getting Trog.

5-0 out of 5 stars Soneone Finally Got It Right
I've been interested in Web "Appliances" since people first started talking about them a couple of years ago. But everything I've seen -- until Audrey -- has been a stripped down PC that does nothing more than surf the web (and tie you to MSN for $21 a month. AARGH) This Audrey is easy to use, fun and much more than just a browser. My wife and I can both sync our Palms into it, so we can view our schedules side by side. The internet channels give us instant access to weather, sports, etc. so we don't have to boot up the PC to get simple info. And having email always available is so convenient, that we all use it more. Thanks, 3Com!

4-0 out of 5 stars Lots of potential for a little price
For some unknown reason, 3COM discontinued this web appliance only 5 months after it was released... so forget about getting support from 3COM... they no longer support this device and have even pulled support information from their website. The good news is that there is an entire on-line community devoted to customizing, tweaking and personalizing this web appliance.

I originally got this for my mother as an easy intro to the Internet. There is a wireless keyboard which works well, but it's a bit too small for adult human hands to type quickly with accuracy.

The stylus (when not in use) sticks in the top of the Audrey like a single antenna and it blinks green when a new e-mail has arrived.

You can surf the web and even view Flash movies as long as they are reverse complaint to 3.0 Flash viewers. To protect itself from malicious programs, the Audrey does not read Java, but it will read JavaScript. The underlying OS (operating system) is QNX which is like a mini flavor if Unix. Because it isn't some proprietary OS just for this one appliance, there are many support forums for QNX which allow you to further update this appliance.

My less than perfect rating comes from the fact that Audrey prefers to be on a LAN connection, whether it's DSL, Cable Modem or a company LAN... as long as the connection is on at all times. If you disconnect from your ISP and turn Audrey off, she'll turn herself back on in an hour or so (whenever she feels like waking up) and start calling your ISP.

There have been a number of times I've been talking to my mother on the phone when Audrey suddenly decided to wake up and send modem screeches on the phone while we were talking.

I currently have the Audrey in my home as I try to customize it by hacking into the shell and keep Audrey from behaving this way. In order to customize Audrey, you need to have a router (like the Linksys 4 port available here on Amazon.com) so you can spoof an IP address to make Audrey think she's connecting to 3COM when in fact she's connecting to another address to update her OS so that the shell can be accessed.

Without the hacking, Audrey can still serve as a great appliance. The touch screen isn't really meant for human fingers, but the stylus with it's soft rubber tip. You can connect to most "normal" ISPs with the exception of AOL, which uses a proprietary browser and can't be loaded into the Audrey. Currently, my Audrey is connected through Earthlink. If you're already a wiz at the Internet, this appliance will probably drive you nuts, but if you have a parent or another friend who is totally clueless and scared of computers, this is a fantastic intro to e-mail and the web.

The Audrey boasts 2 speakers and a microphone built-in as well as a note pad and calendar.

For the money, this is a very sophisticated device... and the fact that you can synch up your palm pilot to it is remarkable.

The Audrey has an internal modem and has a jack for your phone line as well as for an Ethernet connection and a single USB port so you can connect a printer.

The Audrey is light weight and takes up a very small footprint on a desk.

1-0 out of 5 stars This item was discontinued in May 2001.
This is not a good buy! Here is a clip from the 3Com web site. Although most of the Audrey (TM) features will continue to work Email, Calendar, Address Book, Web Browsing), as of April 18, 2001, the Internet Channels (i.e., AccuWeather, CBSMarketwatch, etc.) as well as the ability to auto-update system software and applications will no longer function or be supported.

3-0 out of 5 stars 3COM service
I bought the Audrey in December 2000 as a Xmas gift for my wife. The unit really looks stunning, the technical info is promising and the concept sure has a future. Unfortunately 3Com customer support wasn't ready for the product, it sure looked like answers on technical questions came from a random answer generator, definitely the 3Com support people had no clue what the technology was all about. Eventually I got the product running myself and I have to say an absolute slick product. Unfortunately the channel select still doesn't work. And now I found out that 3COM decided to discontinue the product?? One wonders how much business thought went into the launch of the product. At least it must be a relief for the 3Com support guys. I suggest 3Com hands the unpolished Audrey jewel over to the Palm Inc, they've proved to be very succesful with new generation inventions. ... Read more


10. Wireless Bluetooth Pccard Nicno Goved

our price: $101.99
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Asin: B00008W55P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com
Sales Rank: 18688
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Features

  • 1Mbps speed at 10 meters
  • Point-and-click management
  • Drag-and-drop file sharing

11. 3Com OfficeConnect Secure Router ( 3CR860-95-US )

our price: $120.99
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Asin: B0000ULBG2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 13638
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12. 3COM Corp OFFICECONNECT WRLS 108MBPS 11G ( 3CRGPOE10075-US )
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00077ALNW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 8640
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Product Description

Wireless Freedom and Versatility with Sophisticated FeaturesNo need to drill holes or run Ethernet cabling to set up your network. The Wi-Fi-certified 3Com® PoE access point is an attractive solution for cost effectively and securely extending mobile access to wired network resources or creating full-featured networks in small and medium businesses, remote sites, or temporary locations. Each access point (AP) supports up to 64 wireless users, so there is plenty of room for growth.PoE support overcomes installation problems by eliminating the need for an AC power plug at each AP. The 3Com Baseline Switch 2226- PWR Plus or other 802.3af-compliant PoE products can supply both power and data to the access points through Category 5 or 6 Ethernet cabling, giving you flexible installation options in hard to wire or reach locations. Tough WPA and TKIP and U.S. government-standard AES encryption provide the latest standards-based security. For additional protection, the AP supports 802.1X and MAC address access control, authentication, and authorization through backend RADIUS servers. 802.1Q-compliant VLAN support combined with the multiple SSID and security profiles let you design flexible security for different user groups, control access to network resources, and segment user traffic. Versatile Wireless Distribution System (WDS) solves complex wireless connectivity problems, supporting point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, repeater and client modes. ... Read more


13. 3COM OFFICECONNECT WIRELESS ( 3CRWPS10075-US )
list price: $69.99
our price: $95.99
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Asin: B000590J8E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 41799
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Secure, Economical, High-Speed Wireless and Wired Print Sharing Printer sharing is one of the most common uses for a small business network. With the 3Com® OfficeConnect® Wireless 54Mbps 11g Print Server, you can share a network printer between wired and wireless users no matter where they are located and free up a PC you may have acting as a print server to do more useful work. The compact print server allows you to connect a USB printer directly to the network through a high-speed 54 Mbps 802.11g wireless or 10/100 Ethernet connection for fast processing of even large multimedia files.The versatile wireless print server also gives you the flexibility to place a printer in a convenient location, while eliminating the cost of network cabling. It supports multiple wired and wireless PC and notebook users running a variety of popular operating systems, such as Windows, Macintosh, Unix, and Linux. The print server’s USB 2.0 port supports the latest high-speed connections for faster throughput and is compatible with USB 1.1/1.0 printers. Wireless communication can be configured to operate in infrastructure mode through an access point for larger mixed wired-wireless LANs, or in ad hoc mode using direct peer-to-peer connections for home and small office environments. A familiar Web browser interface and helpful Setup Wizard make installation and configuration an easy task.You can't have a secure network without a secure print server. The 3Com wireless print ... Read more

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good print server, but bad range
This printer server was very easy to set up and works very well, including using WPA encryption.The web setup is nice and the included setup software works well.

The range is not so good.The printer server and router are located and adjacent rooms with one wall between them.The signal strength is only 48%, therefore it may not be suitable for large houses.

It would get 5 stars if the range was better. ... Read more


14. OFFICECONNECT ISDN LAN MODEM

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Asin: B00006HN7M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com
Sales Rank: 45738
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15. 3COM Corp OFFICECONNECT WIRELESS 54 MBPS ( 3CRXJK10075 )

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Asin: B00064C5V2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 8632
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Product Description

3COM (3CRXJK10075) Wireless 54 Mbps 11g XJACK PC Card ... Read more


16. 3COM GIGABIT NIC ( 3C2000-T )

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Asin: B0000CEPDY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 35809
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Product Description

The 3Com Gigabit NIC provides 10/100/1000 Mbps autonegotiation and centralized management over Category 5 or 5e UTP cabling-simplifying your migration to Gigabit Ethernet. Their advanced processing features help lower CPU loads, improve system performance, and reduce application lag. Intelligent traffic control features accelerate network responsiveness and help ensure that time-sensitive transmissions get priority over noncritical traffic.Extensive driver support helps ensure trouble-free installation in a broad range of systems. 3Com Connection Assistant simplifies installation and configuration for end users and technical staff. Timesaving pre-OS, after-hours, and remote capabilities-including 3Com Managed PC Boot Agent - reduce the need for site visits and minimize work disruptions. These NICs are fully standards-compliant, their broad compatibility with hardware and software - today and in the future - helps preserve your Gigabit Ethernet investment. ... Read more

Features

  • Autonegotiation transparently configures NIC to match hub- or switch-port connection speed--10, 100, or 1000 Mbps
  • TCP, UDP, and IP checksum offloads reduce CPU workloads for enhanced system response and network scalability
  • 3Com Managed PC Boot Agent and other remote management features help lower network TCO
  • IEEE 802.3 support helps ensure seamless integration with standards-compliant hardware, software, and management platforms
  • 3Com Connection Assistant software provides configuration wizards and web-based support

17. 3Com SuperStack 3 Switch 4226T 24-Port Plus 2 10/100/1000 ( 3C17300-US )
list price: $474.99
our price: $308.99
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Asin: B00009ULGA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com
Sales Rank: 22575
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Product Description

The new generation SuperStack 3 Switch 4200 family offers fixed configuration 10/100 LAN switches. ... Read more

Features

  • 26-port Ethernet switch combines wirespeed Layer 2 switching with easy installation and exceptional reliability
  • Two built-in 10/100/1000 ports support high-speed connections as uplinks or for stacking
  • Forwarding rates up to 6.6 million packets per second
  • Switch can configure its own IP settings for management through SNMP, web, or CLI
  • Fixed-configuration design means the switch will operate right out of the box

18. 3COM 56K PCMCIA Modem

Asin: B0000UX67E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3COM
Sales Rank: 5170
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Features

  • V.90 56 Kbps ITU Standard
  • V.34 33.6 Kbps ITU Standard
  • Compatible with ITU and Bell standards from 56Kbps down to 1200 bps
  • V.42bis/MNP2-4 error control
  • Faxing: Class 1 Group III send and recieve

19. 3COM 3CXM756USOE 56K Fax Modem

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Asin: B00006I5YX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3COM
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Features

  • A durable X-Jack connector, which eliminates the need to carry and possibly lose extra cables. In tests conducted by the Communication Certification Laboratory, the X-Jack connector withstood more than 40 pounds of force
  • WorldPort country selection software automatically configures modem for use in 250 countries and regions
  • Intelligent Auto Install and Digital Line Guard make connections reliable and easy to use
  • Exclusive Line Probing delivers throughput from 10 to 42 percent higher than other PC Cards, and more reliable than V.90 56K connections
  • Receives downloads at up to 56 Kbps, and sends at up to 31.2 Kbps

20. 3COM Corp U.S. ROBOTICS 802.11G WIRELESS USB ADAPTER ( USR5420 )

our price: $54.99
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Asin: B0001UEGYA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: 3Com Corporation
Sales Rank: 15357
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