Tong Zhang
(Senior Editor)
07/26/10 09:47 AM
Documents To Go Premium Edition Now Available for Nokia N900

DataViz today announced the availability of Documents To Go Premium Edition for Nokia's Linux-based Maemo 5 OS. As the first native Office suite for Maemo 5, Documents To Go Premium Edition will provide Nokia N900 users with the ability to view, edit and create Microsoft Word and Excel files and email attachments on their mobile computer.



Key Features Include:

-Native Word and Excel File Editing
Including Office 2007 and 2010 files.

-Powered by InTact Technology
DataViz?s proprietary technology which maintains all original document formatting.

-Password Protection
With support for opening and editing password protected Word and Excel 97-2008 files, customers can be confident that data will be secure at all times.

-Quick Keyboard Shortcuts
Easy keyboard shortcuts like undo, redo, cut and paste help you work faster.

-PowerPoint Support Coming Soon
Support for editing Microsoft PowerPoint files will be available as a free update once available.

Pricing and Availability
Documents To Go Premium Edition requires the recently released OS update, version 1.2, to be installed on the N900. The Premium Edition will be available for purchase direct from DataViz for $29.99. For those who interested in a view-only solution, Documents To Go Viewer Edition will remain available for $9.99. Customers who have already purchased Documents To Go Viewer Edition v 1 for Maemo will receive a free upgrade to Premium Edition. A 30-day, fully functional free trial is available for download via a pre-loaded download link on the Nokia N900 and also via Ovi Store. For more information on the Documents To Go Premium Edition for Maemo 5: www.dataviz.com/Maemo



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