Park City, UT – January 18th, 2002 — Chronos LC today announced the
release of a beta OS X conduit for synchronizing Personal & Group Organizer
with Palm connected organizers. The new conduit is designed to work with
the Palm Desktop 4.0 public beta by Palm Inc.

The beta conduit is immediately available, free of charge, to all existing
Personal & Group Organizer 4 users. It may be downloaded directly from
Chronos’ website at ( . The
conduit has been specially packaged to work under both Mac OS 9 and X.


Chronos calls Personal & Group Organizer the “Swiss Army Knife” of
productivity software. They integrate a calendar, address book, word
processor, memo taker, personal journal, phone dialer, and alarm clock into
a single easy-to-use application. To top it off, they synchronize with all
Palm and Handspring handheld organizers.


Personal & Group Organizer 4.02 require Mac OS 8.6 or above including Mac
OS X. The application takes 13 MB of disk space and runs in as little as
5000 K RAM. The new carbon conduit requires Mac OS 9.x and above or Mac OS
10.1 and above. It also requires the Palm Desktop 4.0 public beta by Palm


Chronos believes users should have the opportunity to try the software for
free before they purchase. A 30 day trial version can be downloaded from
Chronos’ website at Personal Organizer may be purchased
for $59.99. Group Organizer may be purchased for $99.99 per user license.
The Group Organizer Server software is free.