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We hope you like pink. Cloud Engines' new iteration of Pogoplug just landed on our doorstep, oddly enough packed with an unopened pack of microwavable popcorn (something tells us we're missing a joke here). We're still in the plugging-in-and-testing phase, but no point in depriving you of the unbox

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If you thought Cowon's iAudio E2 had reduced the digital audio player to its stylish, diminutive core, think again: With the UM1 the company takes things even one step further by eliminating the \"audio player\" from the DAP altogether, leaving us with an elegant USB thumb drive that stores up to 16G

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Don't bother asking questions, just admit to yourself that you really might want one (if not several) of these. Using very few materials, you can make yourself a USB storage device which looks just like a VHS tape with a giant wire sticking out of it! It's not a terribly complicated affair -- conne

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The Pogoplug USB to NAS adapter is really in a class of its own. Not only does it do the obvious -- allow you to turn any USB hard drive into a NAS -- but it is also has a built in web server. But no, they didn't stop there, for $79 you also get (in our best Billy Mays voice) a web service accessib

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Look out Addonics -- PogoPlug is looking to steal your thunder here at CES by introducing a USB-to-NAS adapter of its own. Put as simply as possible, the device connects your USB hard drive to your internet router, and after a \"simple\" software setup, the files within said drive can be accessed from

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Another day -- another overnighted, 10 gigabytes of torrented data -- another external storage solution. The RHD2-U series is a departure from I-O Data's LANDISK NAS line-up. First off, this is not NAS, it's USB 2.0 attached and capable of delivering up to 1TB of disk via 2x 7200rpm hard drives tuc

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