We all know that RIM designed its line of BlackBerry smartphones for business men and women who regularly have "out-of-office meetings." Tazzle IT™ Bluetooth® productivity system allows BlackBerry users the ability to control many laptop features from their cell phone, eliminating the need to carry a heavy computer or fuss with it during a presentation.
Tazzle IT™ was introduced recently at the CES show to impressive remarks. The system takes bluetooth capabilities far beyond expectations. "It enables [business professionals] to easily store and transfer data from their BlackBerry smartphone to any Windows-based computer system." The company also announced that sometime in the near future the system will be able to use PowerPoint and Cloud-based presentations as are found on Google Docs.
The system is easy to set up and use. A tiny hardware "key" is what allows Tazzle IT to engage with both a USB port on your computer and your BlackBerry smartphone via Bluetooth. This connections enables users to send e-mails, documents, photos stored on the phone all wirelessly and with only a few clicks! No Wi-Fi or internet connection needed.
"Tazzle’s focus on security is a key feature of the system. Documents transmitted from a user’s BlackBerry smartphone do not actually download onto the receiving computer. Once the document is closed on the computer, all traces of the content are automatically wiped, ensuring that sensitive data remains only in the possession of its owner. Of course, Tazzle IT also gives users the option of easily saving a copy of the data on the machine."
Tazzle IT is easily available for professionals for $79.95 (US) although standard versions of the software that powers the system are free by clicking here. Get 40% off using promo code "CES" until January 20th