Avaion, Inc. Introduces FatFinger; Full-Screen, Finger Sized Keyboards for Palm OS Handhelds


For Immediate Release-September 9, 2002

Contact: Kristin Mott, The Mott Group, Inc. Email Contact or 203-227-3690

Avaion, Inc, http://www.avaion.com announced today the release of FatFinger 1.0, a stylus-free, Graffiti-free, hardware-free, full-screen keyboard for Palm OS handhelds. FatFinger offers finger-sized, touch type keyboards that allow users to input text quickly and accurately with their fingers.

FatFinger replaces the Palm OS onscreen keyboards with full-screen, finger operated keyboards. FatFinger works with any Palm OS application; memo-pad, e-mail, to-do, address book, etc. and enables the user to quickly toggle between alpha, symbol and numeric keyboards. In addition, the alpha keyboard can be customized with an alphabetic layout, or a "Qwerty" layout, which is similar to a standard computer keyboard. FatFinger can be configured to be used in place of, or in conjunction with, Graffiti and the Palm OS onscreen keyboards. FatFinger screen shots are accessible at http://www.avaion.com/company.asp.

The trial version of FatFinger 1.0 is available for download at http://www.avaion.com. The registered version is available with enhanced customer support and a detailed user manual for $14.95. FatFinger requires X-Master 1.4 (a free system extension manager from LinkeSOFT) which is bundled with the program download.

Avaion, Inc. Software for Mobile People
Avaion, Inc. is a Minneapolis, MN based software publishing and consulting company dedicated to improving the lives of mobile people by providing software that simplifies handheld computing. Founded in 2001 by Geoffrey R. Thompson, Avaion builds commercial and customized handheld software that improves utility and ease-of-use, while leveraging the valuable capabilities of existing handheld, desktop and server-based solutions. For more information, contact CEO Geoffrey Thompson at Email Contact or visit http://www.avaion.com.

Avaion, the Avaion logo and FatFinger and the FatFinger logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Avaion, Inc. Palm OS and Graffiti are registered trademarks of Palm, Inc.

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