Using a tiny server crammed into a wall wart, the $100 PogoPlug turns any hard drive into a network-attached storage device
By Christopher Mims
Posted 04.06.2009 at 1:59 pm 1 Comment
PogoPlug, available in North America as of today, is a cheap, straightforward, single-purpose device that aims to transform network-attached storage into an appliance. It combines any old USB hard drive with your existing Internet connection, and then, voila: everything delicious and convenient about network-attached storage is now within reach.
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