Documents to Go Special Upgrade Pricing
Dataviz, makers of the popular Documents To Go office software suite, have partnered with Palm for a new promotional offering for the Palm OS version of their app. This limited-time offer entitles owners of any bundled version of Docs To Go to upgrade to the full version of the latest Documents To Go Premium Edition 10 for only $19.99, a savings of $10 off the usual price. DTG 10 now offers full Windows Vista support and improved handling of Office 2007 files alongside several smaller improvements.
Version 10.02 of Documents To Go, released in November 2007, is the latest version available. The initial version 10.00 of Docs To Go Premium was released in April 2007 and offered compatibility with the new Word and Excel 2007 formats used by Office 2007, with full Vista-compliance not coming until Palm released a public beta of their Palm Desktop software for Vista in July of 2007.
Documents To Go Premium Edition retails for $49.99 for the full version, with the upgrade version's usual pricing normally $29.99 for previous DTG customers and users of Palm's bundled versions. A 30-day free trial version is available to download. A feature comparison and breakdown of the various versions and platforms can be found here.
Palm's Centro, the latest Palm OS device, ships with DTG Professional 10 (one notch below the Premium version) as part of its standard software bundle. Recent Palm OS Treos prior to the Centro such as the 680, 700p, and 755p, shipped with Documents To Go version 8, while the still-current Palm TX and E2 handhelds ship with the old version 7 of the app.
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