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Keyspan Offers Universal Binary Support For USB Serial Adapters, More

Keyspan Offers Universal Binary Support For USB Serial Adapters, More

by , 4:15 PM EST, February 1st, 2006

Keyspan on Wednesday announced Universal Binary updates to the software that powers its USB serial adapters, USB Server, infrared remote controls, Easy Presenter RF remote and USB PS/2 Adapter. The company also added support for Apple's Front Row to the Digital Media Remote, Express Remote and Remote for iTunes software updates.

These are free upgrades. Intel Mac owners need Mac OS X v10.4.3 or higher while PowerPC Mac users need a G3 or better processor.

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