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comp.sys.3b1 FAQ part1
Section - 4.12. Does the on-board modem support 2400 bps?

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	In what Convergent considered future releases of the UNIX PC
(P6), there was to be a 2400 bps modem.  This machine was never fully
developed to production levels, and therefore there is no 2400 bps
modem.  As the existing OBM is a proprietary AT&T chip, the likelihood
of there being a drop-in upgrade is remote at best.

	Interesting trivia: The P6 machine was to have a color video,
60MB QIC tape, as well as a 68020 CPU paired with a 68881 FPU.

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