We live in a time of amazing technology. The advances that have been made in the last 20 years are positively astounding. As computers have gotten smaller and merged with our phones, issues have started to pop up regarding form factors and interfacing with the device. Various permutations of hardware have manifested themselves in Windows Mobile devices. Touchscreen and non-touchscreen; qwerty keyboards, standard dial pads and devices without any hardware keyboard at all have been attempted by various manufacturers. All styles have their strengths and weaknesses.

In recent years, attempts have been made at extending the interface through third party hardware and software have come and gone. Software that allows you to remotely control your handheld through your computer