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2K introduces Windows Mobile 2003 support on connect2 line of products.
Posted on 5-Nov-2003 19:26 | Tags Filed under: News

2K introduces Windows Mobile 2003 support on connect2 line of products.
2K development's bestseller, the connect2-product line, with products like connect2internet and connect2phone, now supports Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC OS. Beside the OS support a lot of new features and functionalities were added to ensure the connect2internet benchmarks the one stop solutions for mobile connectivity products on Pocket PC software segment. This is furthermore underlined by the fact that at the moment more than 50 mobile phones and more than 120 network operators worldwide are supported and detected fully automatic.

5+1 Icon in Today Banner
A new icon highlights more flexibility in the today view. The "my app" icon allows to access directly an application you can select in the setup-screen. Make your choice, it is just one click away.

Fully automatic update process included
A new system is now implemented in the whole connect2-product range, which helps to keep the users automatically updated with new functions, new handsets and actual network operators service settings. This automatic update can be done either via GPRS or using active sync-passthrough functionality. Where ever you are -- get updated!

GSM Dialer with Skin Management
The GSM Dialer enables you direct dialing from your Pocket PC. Collect the number you want to dial from the contacts, press dial and you will be connected. After sending the number to the mobile phone via Bluetooth the connection is interruppted so that you can use your Bluetooth headset to start the conversation. With the Skin Manager you are able to change the skin of the dialer. New skins will available through regularly.

connect2internet now for all Pocket PC devices
The standard version of connect2internet, extended with he GSM Dialer, is now available for all major Pocket PC devices, including the Pocket Loox-types, which had to be supported until now with an own special version. And it's providing "one click" Internet connectivity on Pocket 2002 and Windows Mobile 2003.

There's a free update available for existing users.

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