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iPad Oscilloscope App Adds 'Tool Tips'


Award-winning iPad oscilloscope app adds Tool Tips improving the user experience yet again.

Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

Oscium's iMSO-104 makes it possible for an iPad to function as a mixed signal oscillscope. And although many have heralded the implementation as revolutionary and significant to the technological landscape, improvements are still on the way. “We're just not satisfied with ‘good enough', says Bryan Lee President at Oscium. We know we can always improve and adding Tool Tips is just one more way we are serving the user.”

According to Oscium, Tool Tips make an intuitive product even easier to use. It is no secret that traditional oscilloscopes have a long learning curve. For many students, this can be quite intimidating. Oscium is pioneering solutions that save time for engineers and students by eliminating buttons and knobs. Changing the voltage scale is as easy as pinching the surface. It truly is intuitive and user-friendly.

For professionals that use traditional oscilloscopes, it takes time to set up a device under test. And since oscilloscopes are used when there is a problem to solve, it is critical that the engineer spend more time solving their problem than working with the oscilloscope interface. Oscium has already made great strides simplifying the set up. But now with Tool Tips, it is even easier for the first time user.

About Oscium
Oscium delivers innovative test equipment that leverages the easy-to-use touchscreen interface of the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. As an MFi-approved developer, Oscium interfaces with the iOS family of products through the 30-pin dock connector, making our design both convenient and practical. Oscium is making cutting edge test equipment that's more intuitive and easy to use.

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