Category: Graphics card
Manufacturer: Asus
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: N/A
Operating System: Windows XP, NT, 2000 and NT
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 2004

Windows device driver information for ASUS USB VOIP Device

The ASUS USB VOIP Device enables the user to connect to internet thus enabling mobile communication. The device is easy to connect anywhere that there is broadband internet. The device is especially useful because one can use their phone numbers without having to use the more expensive mobile phone. With the device, the user can subscribe to VOIP plans, which are much cheaper than the ordinary cell phone calls. The ASUS USB VOIP Device can comfortably fit into one’s key chain, thus making the device easy to carry along whenever one goes. The device is simply plugged to the USB port on the computer and the driver for the same, which is built into its memory drive, runs automatically. This means that the user does not have to install the ASUS USB VOIP Device software on to the computer’s hard disk.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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The ASUS USB VOIP Device comes with a microphone and an earpiece that plugs directly into the device. One can even choose to use a Bluetooth headset on the device. The device is compatible with windows XP and Windows 2000. Further, the device uses a simple interface based on a contact list, a soft-phone keypad and the VoIP’s call history. Whenever a call comes in, a dialog box appears on the screen to display the identity of the caller. This gives the user the chance to either receive the call or ignore it. The buttons to either ignore or receive the call also appear on the display. The device further has call forwarding, call waiting and other components that make conventional cell phone properties. The device for this product can also be downloaded from the ASUS website. The initial installation of the device driver creates a pair of logical drives in the host computer. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ASUS USB VOIP Device errors before installing any driver updates.