Pocket PC Magazine Sells 100 of the Top Pocket PC Software Programs on One CD

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A CD containing 100 of the top software programs for Pocket PC is now available from Pocket PC magazine — worth over $2,300 and being sold at 80% off. A complete explanation of the program can be found at www.PocketPCmag.com/aboutcd. ?

In addition, the ?Best of Everything? CD offers a collection of the best free software and games, as well as videos, eBooks, themes for the Today screen, and more. ?

Plus, purchasers receive a boxed version of Pocket Streets 2005, a one-year subscription to Pocket PC magazine (both print and eBook versions), a CD with all back issues of Pocket PC magazine in eBook format, and a $25 credit toward a purchase on UsedHandhelds.com.

? Rated by Experts as the Top Software ?

?This is software that has been rated by experts as the best in 70 different categories,? said Hal Goldstein, publisher of Pocket PC magazine. “Categories include information managers, multimedia, utilities, reference, travel, Internet, GPS, and games.” ?

?Basically we make it easy for users and save them time and money,? Goldstein said. ?They get a library of the best preselected software, a convenient means of registration, and a host of valuable extras.?

? Risk-Free Offer ?

The CD, which costs $429, comes with a money-back guarantee. If a purchaser hasn?t yet registered any of the included applications, a full refund is available. ?

For Consumers and Enterprise ?

“The CD is ideal for both consumers and enterprise. Consumers can save a substantial amount of money on productivity software and games. IT professionals who need to test and implement Pocket PC software in the enterprise can conveniently purchase all the top software in one stroke,” Goldstein said. ?

? Also Available: Free Demo Version with Two Year Subscription ?

The Best of Everything Demo CD is available for anyone who purchases a two year $34.95 subscription to Pocket PC magazine. ??This is for users who may not want to purchase all 100 top software programs but who would like to purchase a CD that contains demo versions of the software, and the other extras such as the freeware, themes and videos,? Goldstein noted.



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