Practical Peripherals, best known for its consumer-oriented PC and Mac modems, will ship 56Kbps additions to its Practical range in January.
Product manager David Blazon said the products would compete aggressively on price/performance and would be targeted at PC, Mac and mobile users in the Soho and consumer sectors. Information on upgrade options will be posted on the company's Web site next month. As for its other products, 24-hour online support will be available via America Online, Compuserve and the Web, and devices will be sold via dealers, mail order and retail outlets.
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