TZ Locking Technology Featured on the Dell Adamo XPS

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CHICAGO, Ill. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Telezygology Inc. (TZ) today announces that TZ Intevia(R) technology is featured in the Dell Adamo XPS ultra-thin premium laptop product to electronically secure the lid and, with the swipe of a finger, allow user access. Designed and engineered with assistance from TZ's product development subsidiary, Product Development Technologies (PDT), the Adamo now claims the "world's thinnest notebook" crown.

"Dell's integration of a TZ product is another important validation of our company's strategy to target the information technology industry," said Kenneth Ting, Executive Director of TZ.

About Dell:

Dell products like Adamo are redefining style, value, personalization and customization for connected mobile lifestyles. People worldwide can buy Dell online, by phone and through 24,000 stores.

About TZ Inc.:

TZ is the inventor of intelligent fastening and actuation technologies that in combination with software and networking devices provide a platform on which to create compelling security, locking, monitoring and control applications across a number of market segments including Data Centers, Security, Marine, Home and Aerospace. TZ headquarters are in Chicago, Illinois, with a global presence throughout the US, Europe and Australia where it is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: TZL). For more information visit .

About PDT:

Product Development Technologies, Inc. (PDT) is a global, full-service product development firm with over 100 employees in eight offices worldwide. Team members have expertise in a vast range of product development disciplines, including strategy, design research, industrial design, user interface development, electrical and mechanical engineering, software development, laser scanning, and tooling. PDT's award winning product designs have been recognized by BusinessWeek, the Industrial Designers Society of America, Design Journal, The Consumer Electronics Association, Inc. Magazine, Chicago Athenaeum of Architecture and Design, and Parametric Technologies Corporation. More information: .

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