Last night I was chatting with a mate about what software he had installed on his QTek 9000 (which, by the way, looks to have been removed by Three). He told me about Periscope, a piece of software I’d not heard of, which displays the screen of a Pocket PC onto a nearby desktop or laptop PC for projection, and remotely controls PowerPoint presentations. He uses it daily for presentations and loves it – there’s loads of features including ‘cue cards’ and notes to ensure your demo is slick and well-prepared. No more paper notes and paper – just control the whole thing from your Pocket PC.
Periscope features a simplified WiFi connection, real-time projection of a Pocket PC screen, remote control operation of a PowerPoint presentation plus much more. There’s also a free trial so you can give it a bash yourself.
Link – Periscope (PocketPCCreations.com) – Buy for AUS $39 (around £15.46 / $30.29)