Zoom 3095 USB Mini External Modem – USB – 1 x RJ-11 Phone Line – 56 Kbps

February 22, 2020 - Comment

The 3095 USB Mini External combines a highly efficient design, easy installation and high performance in a surprisingly low-cost product. With its small size, light weight and integrated USB cable, the 3095 is perfect for travel or home office use. The modem plugs directly into a USB port and works with any operating system supporting

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The 3095 USB Mini External combines a highly efficient design, easy installation and high performance in a surprisingly low-cost product. With its small size, light weight and integrated USB cable, the 3095 is perfect for travel or home office use. The modem plugs directly into a USB port and works with any operating system supporting a USB interface, including Windows, Macintosh, or Linux. Configuration is automatic and reliable without the potential conflicts of an internal modem. And the USB port provides power to the modem, so you don’t need a power cube. That means no bulky power cube when you travel and no power cube clutter at your desk.

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Anonymous says:

Caller ID function is flakey I bought this modem to connect to a Raspberry Pi for a caller ID call blocking application.The good: Raspberry Pi Linux OS recognized the modem without having to install additional drivers.The bad: Caller ID function worked only about 10% of the time. Most of the time, incoming calls would just show RING without Caller ID while other phones in the house displayed Caller ID properly. But it worked occasionally. Maddening.Since I bought it with Caller ID as its sole purpose, I returned it. As usual, Amazon’s return policy is wonderful. I replaced it with a which has worked well. The Trendnet is half the cost of the Zoom, physically looks the same except for color, was also recognized by the Raspberry Pi OS, and seems to use the same chip set internally. Why the Trendnet worked and the Zoom didn’t I have no clue. I wish I had…

Anonymous says:

pricey, same under the hood as others that less than 1/2 the price It’s ok, but under the hood it’s the same thing as a bunch of the others with the same form factor, USR, Trendnet .save a few bucks and buy the trendnet.If your using this for a phone app for caller ID, and with rejection messages to be played….. it’ll do the caller ID with the latest drivers, but there’s a bug with these types of modems (the chip set that most USB modems use. But for the HiRO H50113 – it’s different) and Win7. The rejection messages from the phone app won’t play.The HiRO H50113 doesn’t have that bug in Win7, and uses a different chip set.Make sure you got to the HiRO website and download the driver there, when installed it’s version : 2.2.98.0Do not use the Windows generic driver.(with all the modems I tried, I used the driver from their website)For basic caller ID and for PC based dialer, the trendnet works GREAT, and the price is great.It’s the one I settled on , till I found the HiRO…

Anonymous says:

Good, Bad, and Ugly Bought this for my new Mac mini with OS X Mavericks. The GOOD — after initial set up, it DID work just fine for a few days. The BAD — the setup instructions are very confusing. A call to their Tech Suppt cleared up the confusion — configuring the modem is actually quite simple once you throw away the instructions. The UGLY — the modem failed after about 5 days, and I sent it back for a refund. In addition, I feel it is only fair to say that the new Mavericks OS is NOT very friendly to dial-up technology — the web pages would load about halfway, then Hang Up. The modem was working, but the OS just would not let it do it’s job. I’m guessing that the constant strain of trying to load pages for hours on end finally just burned the modem out. It seems that the technology of external USB modems is quite fragile — other reviewers have mentioned that they don’t stand up well to thunderstorms. I replaced the Zoom modem with the US Robotics 5637 modem. Most pages still load…

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