Pogoplug

Buffalo, D-Link, LaCie & Seagate sign up to offer Marvell Plug Computers

Buffalo, D-Link, LaCie & Seagate sign up to offer Marvell Plug Computers

Marvell's SheevaPlug wall-wart Linux PC has finally come of age, with the company announcing mainstream retail partners including Buffalo, D-Link, LaCie and Seagate, together with beginning distribution of the Plug Computer development kit in Europe.  The original SheevaPlug has a Marvell Kirkwood processor with a 1.2GHz Sheeva processor, 512MB of RAM and 512MB of flash storage; resembling a wall-wart, it plugs directly into a power socket and offers a single USB 2.0 port and a gigabit ethernet port.  Suggested uses included a home server, NAS or other form of network-connected device.

 

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Pogoplug iPhone app makes external HD’s accessible from anywhere

Pogoplug iPhone app makes external HD’s accessible from anywhere

A new application application for the iPhone called Pogoplug allows users to access their computer's external hard drives from anywhere through the Pogoplug, a $99 personal cloud storage device. Accessing the hard drives isn't the only trick this app can do: it can stream music, video and view office files. If users don't have space on their iPhone for a movie, they can simply elect to stream it from their external storage over the air.

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Marvell SheevaPlug: $99 Linux PC hidden in a wall-wart

Marvell SheevaPlug: $99 Linux PC hidden in a wall-wart

Marvell have been talking up their SheevaPlug reference design, a wall-wart power plug that actually hides an entire Linux PC.  Priced at $99, inside the SheevaPlug there's an ARM-based 1.2GHz Sheeva embedded processor, 512MB of DDR2 memory, 512MB of flash storage, gigabit ethernet and USB 2.0; in fact the development kit is available now.

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Pogoplug allows users to remotely access their external hard drives

Pogoplug allows users to remotely access their external hard drives

The Pogoplug by Could Engines provides users remote access anywhere in the world to their external hard drive through the Internet. This small plug also allows you to access your external drive even from your home computer as a local drive.

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