Products

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supported Devices include:

 

Audiovox:

SMT5600

Cingular:

2125

Dopod:

575, 585, 586w

i-Mate:

SP3,SP3i,SP5,SP5m

MiTAC:

Mio 8380, 8860, 8870

Motorola:

MPx200, MPx220

O2:

Xphone II, Xphone IIm

Orange:

E200, C500,C550,C600

Qtek:

8010,8080,8100,8310

Sprint:

SMT5600

Samsung:

SCH-i600/SP-i600

T-Mobile:

SDA, SDA II, SDA Music

PhonePoint - Smartphone

PhonePoint is the professional wireless presentation tool.

It has been designed from the ground up as a tool for presenters; slowly fine tuned with feedback from these professionals, people for whom presentations play an essential role in their job.

 

 

Whether an occasional PowerPoint user or, if indeed, presentations are a critical part of your job, PhonePoint will give you a competitive and polished edge when delivering PowerPoint presentations. With PhonePoint you can concentrate upon just the presentation and the audience, leaving the PC well alone.

Features:

  • PhonePoint allows you, remotely from your phone, to move Forward, Backward and Restart your presentation.
  • Seamless Bluetooth Integration (support for both the Widcomm and Microsoft stacks - will work with nearly all PC Bluetooth devices).
  • No user configuration - works right out of the box! Direct access to the bluetooth stack, no slow browsing-for bluetooth devices or time spent attempting to connect-to a Bluetooth device -  it just works!
  • Ideal for presentations using a projector - freeing you up to stand next to your presentation. No more sneaky change-slide hand signals to a colleague positioned next to the PC.
  • Large and Clear display of the Current Slide's Title and Position.
  • Keep your presentation on track - counters display the time spent on the current slide and for the total presentation.
  • Quickly (and Privately) access the Speaker Notes for the Current Slide on the phone's screen.
  • Works wirelessly up to 10 meters - 30 foot from your PC.
  • Supported languages:       

Version 3.0

 

$19.95

 

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