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PocketMac Remote for PowerPoint, Keynote

updated 09:10 am EDT, Wed June 20, 2007

PocketMac Remote ships

Information Appliance Associates today released its new presentation tool, PocketMac Remote: the new software is designed for Intel-based Mac who want to extend the functionality of the Apple Remote. PocketMac Remote works by re-routing the play/pause, volume control and forward/back buttons so they effectively control business people's presentations in either Microsoft PowerPoint or Apple's Keynote application. "We're thrilled to release PocketMac Remote," said Tim Goggin, VP of Sales & Marketing for IAA. "With so many business people taking their PowerPoint and Keynote presentations on the road, it just makes sense to add the functionality to control those presentations with the cool little remote that comes with all of the new Intel Macs." PocketMac Remote is available for $10 and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.




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  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    PocketMac Remote

    Buyer beware! PocketMac is a rip off company. The PocketMac remote is not compatible with Leopard and yet it does not say this anywhere are their site, purchase page, or the manual.

    Their return policy is atrocious.

    I strongly urge anyone to shop elsewhere, as their company cannot be trusted.

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