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Susteen's DataPilot Connects Mobile Phones to Computer and Enables Easy Transfer of Old Cell Phone Content to iPhone

Cliff Boodoosingh on July 02, 2007
 
IRVINE, Calif., July 2, 2007 -- Susteen, Inc., a leader in data communications and mobile computing solutions, enables iPhone users to transfer their old cell phone content to iPhone via its flagship product, DataPilot.

Now that the wait is over, iPhone fans still need to go through the pain of typing all those numbers from their old device to the new gadget. If you are a connected person with a sizeable cell phone address book, entering all those contacts manually would waste you hours before your iPhone is fully loaded. Thanks to DataPilot, migrating your mobile content to iPhone is a breeze. Simply plug your old cell phone into your computer and download your address book directly into your Microsoft Outlook or Macintosh Address Book, or download your music, pictures, and videos to your computer's hard drive. Now you are ready to upload your entire mobile content to the iPhone using iTunes. It's that easy.

DataPilot, the leading cell phone data transfer solution in the North American retail market, allows users to backup, transfer, and manage their mobile phone content from the convenience of a computer. DataPilot is manufacturer and carrier agnostic software solution supporting more than 650 phones on both Windows and Macintosh platforms. DataPilot Universal includes 9 phone connectors and 1 Bluetooth adapter to enable seamless transfer and management of cell phone data no matter the make: Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, LG, Sanyo, Audiovox, Sony Ericsson or UTStarcom.

DataPilot delivers additional functional benefits including:

-- Backup, transfer, and edit your cell phone address book

-- Sync your cell phone address book & appointments with
Outlook, Mac Address Book and iCal

-- Download cell phone pictures and videos to computer free
via data cables

-- Transfer music and ringtones between cell phone and
computer

-- Backup SMS messages

-- Dial up to the Internet using your cell phone as a
wireless modem.

"DataPilot is the perfect tool to migrate mobile content from one device to the next. iPhone does a great job in managing PIM data and media files, but in a closed environment. DataPilot connects to most of the devices in the market and brings all data to the computer," said Hiroyuki Maruyama, President/CEO of Susteen.

DataPilot software is available at Susteen's website http://www.susteen.com for $34.95. DataPilot Universal Kit can be found at Best Buy, Circuit City, Office Max, Office Depot, Cotsco, CompUSA, Fry's Electronics, Microcenter, J&R, select Sam's Club stores, and online at http://www.susteen.com for prices ranging from $59.95 to $79.95 depending on the cable configuration included in the kit.

About Susteen, Inc.

Susteen, Inc. is an international design solution provider, specializing in the area of data communications and mobile computing. Susteen strives to enhance data communications through multi-level applications, and to develop products that provide convenience to the client through technological innovations. Susteen's vision is to ascend to the position of worldwide dominant player in the seamless data management software industry through the ongoing enhancement of product quality and complete satisfaction of the stakeholders involved. Susteen is based in Irvine, California.

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