This small, unassuming box has ports for a variety of inputs, including USB 2.0 and 3.0, SD, and even 2.5" SATA drives. Plug a hard drive, memory card or flash drive into one of them, and your files are instantly available over the internet via Pogo's "personal cloud." While the Pogoplug Series 4 may lack a lot of the high-end features of other network drives. it makes up for it with simple sharing options and mobile device access.
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