Dell has been packing software into its PCs and some of its other devices for a while now called Stage to allow access to all sorts of content. Dell has announced that Stage with SyncUp is getting updated with some new features. The new features include the Stage Remote and cloud-based storage and streaming. Dell is offering 2GB of free cloud storage with Nero SyncUp integration.
For some 2GB of storage is a drop in the bucket when needing to store huge media libraries. People can upgrade to as much as 100GB of cloud storage. With SyncUp the user can play the content back on Android tablets from Dell like the Streak 5 or Streak 7. The content can also be played back to any other Stage enabled Dell device and directly to DNLA TVs or speakers.
The Dell Streak 7 can control all the content from choosing the video on the cloud to the device on the local network that the content plays on. That means with Stage devices and SyncUp I could start a kid's movie playing upstairs for my daughter without having to stop working downstairs. This sounds like a really cool thing to me. The Streak version of the software can be downloaded on the Android Market and the PC update can be downloaded and applied by the user.
[via Android Community]