Phoenix HyperSpace: An Instant-On Linux Environment?
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 6 January 2009. Page 4 of 7. 8 Comments

The HyperSpace Network Wizard supports connecting to different WiFi networks. This simple GUI-driven wizard shows the signal strength of the networks along with supporting the different wireless security methods. HyperSpace is also supposed to support connecting to 3G wireless networks when compatible hardware is installed.

Besides the network icon there is a volume control and battery monitor. The volume control only supports levels of low, medium, high, and mute. The battery monitor shows the available charge along with being able to set power modes of optimized, presentation, and Windows active.

There is also a control panel area with HyperSpace to configure the network, view system information, view power information, and configure the date and time. The network button through the control panel offers more advanced configuration possibilities for wired, WiFi, and WWAN networks.

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