BUYING A PASSWORD MODEM CAN SAVE YOU UP TO $250. (Jul, 1984)
I don’t understand the “AND THAT AIN’T HAYES!”. I mean, I know that Hayes was the dominant modem at the time, but what is the reference to? It sounds like it should be “and that ain’t pocket change” or something…
BUYING A PASSWORD MODEM CAN SAVE YOU UP TO $250.
AND THAT AIN’T HAYES!
You can bank on it. Your outlay will be less than if you settle for our major competitor, but not your output! A Password'” modem sends and receives up to 120 words a minute. Provides both 1200 and 300 baud capacity. Offers total interchangeability that lets you transmit information from any make microcomputer to any other make. And your investment is protected by a 2-year warranty.
Take your pick of the litter. (May, 1982)
I love the idea of having a phone handset hanging off the side of an Apple II.
Take your pick of the litter.
When you’re ready to let your computer out and introduce it to the rest of the world, one of the Cat family of Modems is the way to do it.
Take your pick. You can’t go wrong They’re all purebreds—from Novation, the recognized world leader in personal communications.
“My Apple’s telephone just called up the home office!” (Jul, 1984)
This was the first modem I got for my Apple IIc. I remember being crushed when I tried to log in to a particular bulletin board system and it came back with: “300 baud? Yeah right, come back when you’re at least at 1200.”
“My Apple’s telephone just called up the home office!”
The exciting world of telecomputing. With a Hayes system, you just plug it in! Communicating is so easy with a complete telecomputing system from Hayes. Hayes Smartmodem 300™ is a direct-connect modem for the new Apple IIc. Hayes Micromodem IIe installs easily in an expansion slot in the Apple II, IIe, III and Apple Plus. Packaged with Smartcom I™ companion software, both are complete systems. Best of all, both systems are from Hayes, the established telecomputing leader. Just plug in-and the world is your Apple!