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Dell's Latitude XTMulti-Touch Tablet

Dell has announced new multi-touch capabilities for the Latitude XT convertible tablet PC. Users can scroll by placing two fingers on the screen and moving them horizontally or vertically; zoom by touching the screen with two fingers and moving them together; and use a double-tap (two taps with two fingers) to execute programmable commands. The multi-touch function works with existing productivity applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Internet Explorer, and Google Earth. The multitouch module is available as a free upgrade at

Samsung's UF-130DXDigital Presenter With Windows

Samsung Opto-Electronics America has unveiled the UF-130DX presentation station, a high-definition digital presenter with an onboard processor running Windows CE. The UF-130DX features 30 fps video at 720p HD output, as well as standard XGA and SXGA resolutions. Its built-in AMD processor enables users to upload their presentations directly to the machine, or utilize multiple memory devices such as compact flash cards, SD cards, and USB flash drives. Any standard Windows file (including PowerPoint, Word, and Excel) can be played back directly from the presenter to any display. MSRP: $3,800.

Talisma's Multi-Channel Constituent Relationship ManagementNext-Gen CRM

Talisma has introduced version 8.0 of its Multi-Channel Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) solution. The new release includes a fully integrated Application Management module for creating, submitting, and managing online student applications into an institution’s CRM system-- with no need to port data or integrate between disparate systems. Other new features: two-way text messaging; personalized web portals; an ADA-compliant web client; and enhanced event management with support for multiple tracks, group registrations, advanced discount options, transfer, substitute, and more. The solution also delivers improved reports, campaigns, data security, and usability. Contact vendor for pricing.

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