Mobility Electronics Brings PowerPoint To Nokia Smartphones
Feb 19, 2003, 12:09 PM by (staff)
Mobility Electronics today announced Quickpoint for Nokia Series 60 Platform smartphones. The software enables users to review and deliver Microsoft PowerPoint presentations using their smartphones. The initial release functions as a viewer, with multiple view options. An upcoming version will also support live presentations via two methods. The first method allows the user to view the presentation while controlling a PC running the same presentation, via Bluetooth. The second method will allow the presentation to be delivered to a protector directly from the smartphone, via iGo's Pitch Duo Bluetooth presentation adapter. No PC will be required. The Pitch Duo accessory is scheduled for release in March.
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