WALNUT, Calif. (PRWEB) August 29, 2005
Handset Manager 9.0 from Mobile Action (http://usa.mobileaction.com), the worldÂs leading mobile management software developer to connect cellular handsets and PCs, outperforms the competition hands down in the latest comparative review published by CNET (http://www.cnet.com). CNETÂs reviewers gave Handset Manager a Âvery goodÂ rating compared to "good" for its two North American rivals, and mobile phone users gave Handset Manager a 9.0 out of 10 satisfaction rating, compared to a 6.6 rating for the competition.
According to CNET reviewers, what put Handset Manager ahead of the competition was the ability to easily connect a cell phone, in this case a Motorola Razr V3, to a personal computer to move camera phone pictures, videos, games, and other files. CNET reviewers also praised the fact that Handset Manager lets you create your own ring tones, and singled out Handset ManagerÂs USB charging capability, which allows you to charge select cellular hands directly from your PC using a USB cable.
And Handset Manager 9.0 is proving to be a real hit with users. ÂBought this from their website at http://usa.mobileaction.com for my Moto V3. Love the MP3 clipper and all the functions,Â wrote one user. Another user offered, ÂGreat price, great performance, so many great features just in one package!Â
"We were gratified to rank so favorably in this CNET comparative review, especially among users," said Fitzwilliam Yang, brand manager for Mobile Action. "We will continue to add new handsets, new multimedia and synchronizing support, and new features to make Handset Manager even more user-friendly and keep Mobile Action at the forefront of the cell phone-to-PC integration market."
Mobile ActionÂs Handset Manager 9.0 is the worldÂs best selling solution to connect cellular handsets to a PC, allowing users to share address and calendar information, photos, ring tones, back up cell phone data, and more. The latest release, Handset Manager 9.0, adds new features such as new PC synchronization support for Bluetooth accessories, and a new MP3 clipper so you can mix your own music ring tones. It also adds video support to mix movies for playback on your cellular handset, and a new SyncManager that allows users to synchronize data between the cell phone and PC with one mouse click.
Handset Manager is available in three configurations: with a USB cable for $32.95, with an infrared connector for $43.95, and for Bluetooth wireless for $54.95.Handset Manager currently supports more than 500 international cellular phone handsets. A complete list of compatible cellular handsets is available at http://usa.mobileaction.com.
About Mobile Action
Mobile Action is the leading developer of mobile management software for the North American, European, Middle Eastern, Asia/Pacific markets. The companyÂs Handset Manager, Mobile ActionÂs trademarked mobile management software, links cellular phones with PCs and allows users to store and edit files, phone book information, appointments, ring tones, images, and more. Handset Manager supports more than 500 popular GSM, WCDMA and CDMA 2000 mobile phone models from well-known mobile manufacturers, including Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Siemens, Sharp, Panasonic, Sagem, SAMSUNG, LG, Kyocera, Sanyo, Audiovox, Sharp, etc.
For more information, see Mobile Action at http://usa.mobileaction.com.
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