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Data-Basics Gives Away Tablet PC

October 29, 2007
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CLEVELAND - Data-Basics has begun its “Get the BIG Picture” giveaway for a free tablet PC. By viewing a demonstration of TechAnywhere, Data-Basics’ wireless field service software optimized for tablet PC devices, participants’ names will be entered into a drawing for the tablet PC. “Choosing to optimize TechAnywhere for tablet PCs really freed up Data-Basics,” said Tim Carcione, senior product engineer. “Since we weren’t limited to the 3-inch screens found on PDA-style devices, we could avoid complicated navigation and menu systems.”

According to the company, the result is software with a smaller learning curve. Also, since tablets are fully functional PCs, additional software such as an office productivity suite or an estimating package can run alongside TechAnywhere.

Entrants must visit the Website or call to sign up for a demonstration of TechAnywhere software, along with SAM Pro Enterprise service management software. Once the demo is complete, visitors will be entered in the running for a Toshiba tablet PC. The random drawing is scheduled to take place on Dec. 2. Official contest rules are posted online.

For more information, visit www.databasics.com or call 800-837-7574.

Publication date: 10/29/2007

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