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PogoPlug Pro


$99.00 Released October, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to set up, no real configuration, don't even have to read the instructions. Displays your drives quickly, not a long lag time while it searches. Software makes moving files around easy.

The Cons:Mapped drive functionality doesn't work with programs like iTunes. File transfer speeds are pretty slow, will often be waiting a long time for them to finish.

The PogoPlug Pro is a multimedia sharing device that offers access to data from anywhere internet connectivity is available using PogoPlug's . It features four USB ports, allowing up to four devices to be connected for quick access to data while on the go.

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Additionally, the PogoPlug Pro sports WiFi connectivity, allowing for greater freedom of placement.

The PogoPlug Pro is compatible with any USB mass storage device including external hard drives and USB sticks as well as most modern smart phones, requiring only that you download the PogoPlug app from your smartphone's app market. Meanwhile, the PogoPlug Pro's WiFi connectivity allows it to be placed right on your desktop rather than near your router for added convenience.

Features

  • Connect up to 4 devices via USB
  • WiFi connectivity
  • iPhone, Android, iPad, BlackBerry, and Palm device compatible
  • Share data without uploading
  • Free lifetime service
  • Cloud/mobile/Email printing
  • Unlimited storage capacity

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    easy to set up, no real configuration, don't even have to read the instructions

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    displays your drives quickly, not a long lag time while it searches

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    software makes moving files around easy

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    web access is fast, can make quick config adjustments as you go

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    will stream files over a home network fast enough to be watched in HD live

Cons
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    mapped drive functionality doesn't work with programs like iTunes

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    file transfer speeds are pretty slow, will often be waiting a long time for them to finish

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