Zengobi Announces Curio 4.1

New Leopard features plus integration with the Curio Community Center

RALEIGH, NC — November 13, 2007 – Zengobi today announced the availability
of Curio 4.1, the latest version of their award-winning brainstorming and
project management application for Mac OS X 10.4 and above. Curio 4.1 now
includes a Leopard QuickLook plugin for immediate previewing of Curio
projects within the Finder. Curio 4.1 also features one-click screen
snapshots for easily adding outside content to your Curio idea space,
support for list collection titles, plus many additional features. Curio
4.1 integrates with the newly announced Curio Community Center for quick
and easy sharing of mind map styles, list styles, notepaper styles, Dossier
templates, and Sleuth search sites. Curio is available in several editions
including Professional (US$149, US$69 academia), Standard (US$99), and K-12
(US$69 academia).

Curio is the premier brainstorming and project management application
designed to promote visual thinking within a virtual, digital whiteboard
environment. Using Curio’s innovative freeform interface and tools, you can
intuitively gather, associate, and recall your ideas, while easily managing
all the notes and documents associated with your project.

Pricing and Availability
Curio 4.1 is available immediately for download at (www.zengobi.com/curio).
Curio 4.1 is a free upgrade for Curio 4 customers and upgrade pricing for
all other existing customers is available via Zengobi’s Kagi store. Curio
is available in Standard, Professional, and K-12 editions. Academic and
volume discounts are available. Users can download and use any Curio
edition as a full-featured trial for 15 days. A 60-day extended trial is
also available upon request. Full system requirements and more information
on Curio can be found at (www.zengobi.com/curio).

About Zengobi, Inc.
Zengobi, Inc., based in Raleigh, North Carolina, was incorporated in 2004
to create exciting and innovative software for creative thinkers and design
professionals working on the Macintosh. For more information about Zengobi,
visit (www.zengobi.com).