eTouchBook Evaluation Package Now Available

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Publishers, OEMs, and qualified parties are invited to evaluate an eTouchBook Suite at no cost.

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Being able to provide an evaluation package to our customer base is a huge milestone for us and potentially for the publishing industry. The touch user interface technology - or TUI - in the eTouchBook reflects nearly five years of research and development to make printed pages behave like a web page.

Somatic Digital, a developer of innovative technology-based products for publishers, announced the availability of a prototype eTouchBook Suite™ evaluation package.

The eTouchBook Suite provides publishers with the ability to create new products. As a hybrid media distribution experience, it enables a new ecosystem of transactions, analytics, and combined content. As a result, publishers can increase their revenues while reducing their costs.

Included in the evaluation eTouchBook Suite:
1. eTouchBook™ hardware platform
2. eTouchBook Client™ software
3. Access to eTouchBook.com for BookDesigner™ Web Service
4. Print and Digital demo content
5. Mac or PC laptop

According to Jason E. Barkeloo, Founder & President, "Being able to provide an evaluation package to our customer base is a huge milestone for us and potentially for the publishing industry. The touch user interface technology - or TUI - in the eTouchBook reflects nearly five years of research and development to make printed pages behave like a web page."

The eTouchBook Suite is available for a seven (7) day evaluation period by qualified parties. Evaluation packages are available beginning in September 2008 and at no cost.

Contact Somatic Digital directly for an application and non-disclosure agreement (NDA).

About Somatic Digital:
Somatic Digital, LLC is a developer of the Touch User Interface (TUI) technology. This technology creates a "touch screen" out of the printed page by connecting paper directly to digital content that can reside on optical media, the Internet, or hard-drives. It enables a bridge over the digital divide because it eliminates barriers that previously prevented people from connecting to digital content. With the press of a finger, stylus or pointer, a physically, visually, or hearing impaired student can gain access to digital content.

For more information, please visit the Somatic Digital's web site at
http://SomaticDigital.com.

Contact:
Laura Fairbanks
Operations Manager
513-322-1638
513.368.2213
888.322.5121
http://SomaticDigital.com/about/contact

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