Pogoplug mobile hands on

from: http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/01/pogoplug-mobile-hands-on/:

The cloud is huge (well, infinite, really), and everyone wants a piece. Pogoplug was a player from the beginning , but with a somewhat convoluted setup process, it is not surprising that the company Drive to the web page of the device is ready to release a version Smartphone friendly. Pogoplug Mobile is to be known, offers many features of its big brother (you will not be able to mount remote disks) for smartphones, tablets and desktop applications dedicated. Want to load some pictures on your hard drive 4 terabytes in San Francisco while you’re in the Tokyo subway? Just run an application, login with the username and password you registered during the installation process seconds long, and you’re on your way. You can even send photos (links to images on your computer remotely – you will not be using the data), to publish them on social networking sites, new or transfer that you shot with the phone. The concept is certainly familiar, but we got to take a look at the interpretation Pogoplug at IFA in Berlin . Jump past the break to see what we thought.