Sunday, July 31, 2011

BlackBerry Presenter

BlackBerry Presenter
Various Gadgets | BlackBerry Presenter | You often percentage? If you would like it? to support your work, you ought to have this product. RIM has released its latest product, the BlackBerry Presenter. for more details, let us refer to the following reviews.

RIM took the wraps of its latest BlackBerry accessory: The BlackBerry Presenter. The product is a 3.4 inch x 2.4 inch box-shaped gadget that connects to a projector or other display and wirelessly transfers PowerPoint presentations stored on your BlackBerry smartphone via Bluetooth.
BlackBerry Presenter
It works with Microsoft (MSFT) PowerPoint 2003 and 2007 and supports "most of the animations (24, to be exact) and transitions (55) in the slides." Users can also activate "loop mode," which sets a specific time between slide transitions so you can start the slideshow and put your BlackBerry aside. And a "freeze mode" lets you navigate your collection of slides via BlackBerry without changing the current slide being viewed on your projector or monitor.

The BlackBerry Presenter device software, along with the associated application that runs on your smartphone, can also be updated in the future for added features and functionality not available at launch--though you'll need a Windows PC. BlackBerry handheld software 4.6 or higher is required. And unfortunately, the Presenter does not work with RIM's most popular device-line to date, the BlackBerry Curve 83xx series, or the Pearl Flip 82xx,. That's due to processor and memory constraints, according to the company.
BlackBerry Presenter
The product isn't restricted to use with only RIM products; it's compatible with a number of third-party Bluetooth enabled devices, according to the BlackBerry maker.

The BlackBerry Presenter is a lot like Impatica's existing Showmate "projector connector" for RIM smartphones, which has been available for years. In fact, the two products offer almost identical functionality. The new Presenter has two advantages over the Showmate, according to RIM: 1) Showmate requires a file-transcoding process on a PC prior to presenting them while RIM's version does not; and the BlackBerry Presenter has a resolution output of 1024x768, compared to the Showmate's 800x600.

The BlackBerry Presenter is expected be available this month on RIM's for $199. And it should hit additional online dealers and retail stores in February, RIM says. The product comes with a carrying case, USB cord for software updates and a power supply. It does not ship with VGA or S-Video cables, which must be used to connect the Presenter to a projector or display, so you'll need to pick up one of your own.

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