Pogoplug Pro multimedia sharing device with build in WiFi

Pogoplug Pro is a multimedia sharing device, that allows users to connect their external hard drives quickly and securely to the Internet.

The Pogoplug Pro is equipped with four USB ports for hooking up your external hard drives and has a build in wireless, allowing to connect it to the wireless network in your home or office. It allows you securely to access, share, and stream your personal content from anywhere on the Internet, without uploading and make the content available from any Internet enabled device, including iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Android devices and Palm.

Pogoplug Pro Pro

It comes with PC and mobile applications, that allows you to make all drives attached to your Pogoplug appear like local drives on your computer, drag and drop files from your desktop to your Pogoplug or vice versa, print files and photos from your mobile device, put your printers on the Internet, upload and share files and folders or stream music and movies on your mobile device while on the road.

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Pogoplug Pro will be available this week for $99.

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