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Zoom Faxmodems Receive Awards from Leading Publications
PC World and Windows Magazine Note Speed, Compatibility, Affordable Pricing

Boston, MA, September 11, 1996 - Zoom faxmodems have received key awards from PC World and Windows Magazine-two leading trade publications. PC World has a circulation of about one million readers and Windows Magazine has a circulation of about one-half million.

Windows Magazine named the Zoom V.34X FaxModem one of the top 100 hardware products of the year in the annual "Win 100 Hardware Awards" summer issue. The award was made on the basis of "speed, compatibility, throughput, and added value"-such as the bundled software-of the Zoom V.34X. According to the publication, "The V.34X's throughput with other manufacturers' products rivals the speeds other modems achieve only with their own kind."

PC World named the Zoom V.34X one of the top five external modems in September, and for the seventh straight month named the Zoom V.34C PCMCIA FaxModem the "Best Buy" of 12 competitive products. Competing products from Hayes, Megahertz, TDK Systems, and MultiTech Systems all finished behind Zoom. According to PC World, "speed and affordability" and "very good support policies" were factors which contributed to the high ratings for Zoom products.

"These awards demonstrate Zoom's commitment to develop and support high-performance products at affordable prices," said Frank Manning, Zoom's President and CEO.

Zoom Telephonics designs, produces, and markets advanced products that link people and their personal computers through the world's largest networks - the international telephone network and the Internet.

The Zoom Web Site is www.zoomtel.com. The Windows Magazine web site is www.winmag.com. PC World's site is located at www.pcworld.com.

Zoom Telephonics is publicly traded on NASDAQ (NASDAQ: ZOOM).

 

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