Samsung Side Sync

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I learned all about the Samsung Side Sync at a lunch/demo last week.  Admittedly, I am not a big PC fan. But I have to say, this feature is pretty amazing. For a person who wants everything in one device, this is a dream come true. No more checking your phone for messages when you can do it all from your computer. At the same time, you can control your PC using your phone with just one swipe. Simply put, it makes your mobile phone an extension of your PC, and vise versa. All you need is to connect via USB.

Let me break down what the Side Sync can do for you:

* Allows you to control your phone using your keyboard and mouse.

With Side Sync, you can type on your mobile using your keyboard or navigate with a mouse. All you have to do is move the mouse to the mobile screen and the cursor will move from the PC to the mobile screen seamlessly.

* Easily shares content between phone and PC.

Now you can transfer music, photos, videos, games and more with a simple drag and drop motion. Using the mouse, click to drag folders from the PC screen to the mobile screen or the other way around. Files are automatically saved in a designated folder for easy retrieval.

* Automatically backs up your phone data to your PC. 

Mobile data automatically backs up every time you connect to Side Sync. This way, you never lose any data and you can even keep track of it through your computer.

To learn more about Samsung IT Products, visit http://www.samsung.com/ph.

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This feature is available in Samsung ATIV PCs (ATIV TAB/ATIV BOOK/ATIV ONE) and in Samsung Android Phones and Tablets with Jelly Bean OS and above. 

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