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[3:43 PM]
Griffin Technology Updates Drivers For 3 iMac Products
Griffin Technology has updated the drivers for three of its iMac products including the iPort, iMate, and gPort. All three have been given increased performance and other features. According to Griffin Technology:

The iPort control panel has been updated to version 1.4. It now supports cycling of resolutions. During startup a user can hold down a key and the iPort software will cycle through available video resolutions until the key is released. The video resolutions are cycled on both the internal and external display. The iPort is a universal serial and video adapter for iMacs. It supports all serial devices that are compatible with legacy Macs as well as external video at resolutions of up 1600x1200.

The iMate driver is now at version 1.0 release. It supports a wider range of hardware protection dongles including the Wibu dongles and the Emagic's Logic Audio dongle. Certain types of ADB operations are now dramatically faster, as much as 600% for ADB Listen commands. There are also some small fixes for Kensington trackballs. The iMate is a universal USB to ADB adapter. It allows one to use any ADB device with iMacs, Macs equipped with USB, or PCs with USB. The iMate can also support multiple ADB devices with a single adapter.

The gPort driver is now at version 1.0.1. The gPort driver supports all Mac compatible serial devices such as modems, printers, cameras, and PDAs as well as providing localtalk support. The gPort is a universal serial port for the new B&W G3s.

The new drivers can be downloaded from the company's web site.

Griffin Technology



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