Cutting Edge cuts the cords allowing access to files on your PC with a wireless Palm OS PDA

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Mobility Electronics, a Cutting Edge subsidiary, annouced the release of MobileFile. MobileFile gives mobile professionals wireless access to data files on their PCs, including MP3’s.

“Early reactions to Mobilefile from corporate users have been profound –they tell us they are thrilled to find liberation from needing to always anticipate which files they may need to access, and they love Mobilefile’s unique ability to help them overcome the memory constraints of their handhelds,” said Michael Compeau, Cutting Edge Software’s vice president of business development and planning. “Think of Mobilefile as a ‘virtual expansion card slot’ by providing your Handspring Treo, Kyocera or Samsung device with expansion memory the size of your PC’s hard drive. The ability to exchange data with your PC while on-the-go, whenever and wherever you may be, means we have moved even closer to the day in which we can all be completely unencumbered by laptops and sync cables when we travel.”

In addition to offering an ideal solution for enterprise customers, Mobilefile can also be used for personal entertainment purposes. For example, users of the latest models of handhelds can use Mobilefile as a virtual media jukebox; users can retrieve MP3 or MPEG4 files stored on a PC, play them on the handheld, then push the files back to the PC when finished.

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