From: email@example.com (Janet K. and James R. Cook)
Subject: COOL NEW PRODUCT!
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 1996 00:28:01 -0700
Dear Jeremy, I want this when you get it!!!! Check out this great new product. Now you can use your real computer at home and take it to school to use on their Macs! Hope it works! Has anyone checked out the free CompuServe deal at 1(800)9GETWOW? I hear it's only for PCs. jkcook 09:02 AM ET 09/26/96 Syncronys Launches MacAccess2; `Now Your PC Speaks Mac' MacAccess2 Features Instant Mac Compatibility For Removable Media And An Extensive List Of File Types CULVER CITY, Calif. Sept. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Syncronys Softcorp (OTC: SYCR) today announced it has launched MacAccess2, a PC utility software program which allows a PC to mount, and then read, write and format Mac-floppy disks and a variety of Mac removable media such as the popular Iomega Zip and Jaz drives. The first shipments to distributors and catalog houses will commence Monday, September 30, and a free demo version is now available at www.syncronys.com. MacAccess2 is an affordable software solution to bridge the Mac-PC chasm. It offers instant Mac compatibility under Windows 95, Windows 3.1 and DOS carries a highly competitive estimated street price of $29.95. Utilizing proprietary Syncronys technology, MacAccess2 enables a PC to format a disk from Mac to PC and back, and can translate more file types than ever before including long files names under Windows95. Rainer Poertner, Syncronys chief executive officer, said, "MacAccess2 is the second of several new products we are introducing in the second half of 1996 to rapidly build Syncronys' earnings power by meeting the needs of the technology marketplace with powerful, cost effective software solutions. Consumers will find MacAccess2 a versatile program that bridges the communications barrier between the PC and Mac operating systems through a wide universe of files types and removable media. "The graphic design market, for instance, is predominantly MacIntosh based yet serves a corporate clientele which is predominantly PC based. With MacAccess2, the corporate client can insert a Mac-formatted Zip cartridge and read and edit the file directly on the PC," Poertner added. Headquartered in Culver City, California, Syncronys Softcorp is a leading developer of PC and Mac memory enhancement and performance software. Syncronys maintains a home page at www.syncronys.com.