DataViz to Demo Native Adobe PDF Support
DataViz today announced it will be providing a demonstration of its native Adobe PDF support for Palm OS at next week's CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment show San Francisco, CA. This native PDF solution provides Palm OS devices with an image-rich, WYSIWYG-view of product brochures, manuals, annual reports and other common Adobe PDF files without requiring any desktop conversion.
Later this fall DataViz will be adding this new native Adobe PDF support into Documents To Go Premium Edition, making Documents To Go the only commercially available native PDF solution for the Palm OS platform.
Native PDF technology will include support for embedded graphics, tables, multiple zoom levels, page layout and word wrap views to provide a desktop-quality view of PDF files on Treo smartphones and other popular Palm OS devices. In addition, no desktop application or pre-processing of files is required before the file can be viewed on the mobile device. For instance, customers who receive PDF files as e-mail attachments can easily view them right on their mobile device.
"Native PDF support is a natural extension of the Premium Edition of Documents To Go," said Danny Tu, Product Manager, DataViz, Inc. "This has been by far the top feature request as our customers begin to migrate to the wireless world. So we are anxious to bring this ground breaking capability to market."
Demonstrations of this native PDF technology can be seen at the MobileFocus showcase event held at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco on Tuesday, September 29. In addition it will be on display at CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment 2005 in both the DataViz booth (#1405) and the Palm booth (#311). Native PDF support will be added into a future version of Documents To Go to be released later this fall. Previous customers will be able to upgrade for $29.99 directly from DataViz. Documents To Go Premium Edition retails for $49.99 [BUY].
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