|Project-a-Phone Launches ICD-1300 Image Capture and Display System for Handhelds|
Posted: 10-Oct-2007 [Source: Project-a-Phone]
[Project-a-Phone's ICD-1300 allows a handheld display to be delivered via a live video feed to a PC through a USB cable. The ICD-1300 is a lower cost alternative to the company's ICD-5000.]
Boston -- Project-a-Phone, Inc. today launched the ICD-1300 Image Capture and Display system, which enables users to display a live image of a phone screen on a computer, so it can be recorded, shown on a monitor, projected on a screen or shared through the Web. It targets wireless industry professionals in sales, marketing, application development or training functions, advertising agencies that handle mobile media, and law enforcement professionals who capture and demonstrate evidence found on handheld devices. It is compatible with virtually every mobile device, ranging from a standard clamshell phone to an iPhone or Blackberry.
The ICD-1300 is a lower cost alternative to the ICD-5000 which is extensively used by major wireless carriers, handset manufacturers, and mobile software companies worldwide. Jeff Hunt, Project-a-Phone President, explained, "If you need to demonstrate a mobile application in a sales meeting, briefing, or training session, the ICD-1300 is very effective. With its low price, flexibility and portability, we expect it to become standard equipment in conference rooms as well as an ideal travel companion for CTIA, 3GSM and other mobile events."
The ICD-1300 is the first Project-a-Phone model whose hardware is Macintosh compatible. Matt Gross, Director at uLocate and co-founder of Boston Mobile Mondays commented, "In our Mobile Mondays meetings, members often demonstrate applications. With the ICD-1300 I can finally run these demos from my Mac."
Project-a-Phone hardware securely clamps the phone in place and delivers a live video feed of the screen image to a PC through a USB cable. The Windows software displays live video, lets you record video and audio, takes still images individually or in a programmed sequence, and can display multiple screens simultaneously. The ICD-1300 package includes software and a carrying case. It costs $295 with quantity discounts and GSA pricing available.
* Displays or records up to 30 fps at VGA
* 1.3 mega-pixel sensor
* Under two pounds
* Fits in a 10"x9"x2" carrying case
* Software runs on Windows 2000/XP/ME/Vista
* Hardware compatible with Mac O/S
* Requires one USB 2.0 port per device
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