Wednesday, January 06, 2010

New Blackberry Presenter

Got this from my blackberry...

RIM's BlackBerry Presenter makes mobile PowerPoint all too sexy

BlackBerry users tend to fancy themselves true road warriors -- you
know, the kinds of road warriors that live and die most days by a
four-shot latte and a copy of Office. It's exactly for these types of
folks that RIM seems to have designed the new BlackBerry Presenter, a
slick little module measuring 86 x 60 x 23mm that connects to your
compatible handset wirelessly and lets you beam up a PowerPoint preso
via VGA or S-Video connection. As you mesmerize your crowd with the 24
supported animations and 55 transition styles, you can read your notes
right from the comfort of your BlackBerry's display, controlling the
whole show without a single laptop in sight. The Presenter hits this
month online for $199 and follows up in stores in February, and if
you're interested, you can start things off by upgrading from your Pearl
8200 or Curve 8300 -- those puppies won't be supported.
Key Features of Blackberry Presenter
  • Loop Mode: Set the time between slides and leave BlackBerry Presenter running as you deliver your presentation.
  • Support for PowerPoint effects: Accurately show most of the slide animations and transitions from Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2003 and 2007.
  • Freeze mode: Freeze a slide on-screen while you browse through the rest of your presentation on your smartphone.
  • Bluetooth® connection: Roam up to 10m from your Presenter for a truly dynamic presentation.
  • Single button operation: Use the button on top of your Presenter to put it to sleep, wake it up, or show a new presentation.
  • Compatible with multiple video formats: Travel overseas or at home and present in NTSC (National Television Standards Committee) and PAL (Phase Alternating Line) formats.

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