LapLink now with USB support

In the quest to keep the mobile professional set connected to their corporate workplace, Australian distributor, Hot Key has announced the availability of remote access software, LapLink Professional.

Featuring USB cable connections the next generation of software can support file transfer speeds of up to 6Mbps. New to the professional version is its support for fast infrared in addition to connectivity via modem, cables, Internet, IPX and TCP/IP networks, dial-up networking and ISDN.

The software provides support across all Windows platforms, with specific features designed for Windows 98 including multiple monitor support and synchronisation between Xchange Agent and scheduler program.

Two additional packages of LapLink for Windows 3.1 and CE are also available via the Web. The LapLink Professional software is priced at $199 and the USB cable retails for $79.95.

Hot Key

Phone: (02) 9922 5199

http://www.hotkey.com.au

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