May 29 2013, 10:21am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
Europe is about to get the surprise of its life. Connected Data, which happens to be a data operation firm, has come up with a cloud system Transporter for the future. This is the delayed numeral 2.0 version of the data sharing and storage device. After a brief but successful Kickstarter campaign this project was in the works. Containing a special hard drive and USB port that fit into a Gigabit Ethernet Port and Wi-Fi adaptor respectively, the system is suitable for among others iOS and Android.
The software is based on cloud based storage devices such as Carbonite as well as Dropbox. You have to have an account before you start though. This is easily formed and then it is happy computing. You may if you prefer synchronize and collectivize folders on the device. Your stored data will remain confidential and there are no monthly costs apart from the initial payment for the device. It is a divinely wonderful system that works like magic and gives you the experiences of a lifetime. There are absolutely no security issues whatsoever on this platform. Encoding and decoding of data takes place in a split second on the tough and terrific Transporter.
The majority of the samples have been bought by commercial enterprises that require them for day-to-day functioning. However, quite a lot of ordinary customers have demanded the Transporter too. That proves it is very popular and not just a passing fad. Connected Data has already merged with the file capacitor organization Drobo so it has a lot of support on its side.
Connected Data has just announced its merger yesterday with Drobo, a file sharing company. As for what the Transporter 2.0 looks like, well, it consists of a tower like structure with all the circuitry concentrated in the circular bottom half. The fundamental systematic service that this device makes available to anyone who is willing to part from a little cash is a network of sorts. In a sentence, social links and authorized access is what it is all about. This version also has a drag-and-click feature not to mention a cool interface. The selling price is between 179 and 325 pounds depending upon the choice of accompanying accessories. It is a sweet dream to be bought and enjoyably realized alright!
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