Pogoplug Multimedia Sharing Device For $44 + Free Shipping

Posted: Oct 5 2010, 8:14pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 5 2010, 8:21pm CDT, in Shopping | Hardware & Peripherals

 

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Pogoplug Multimedia Sharing Device for $44 + free shipping
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Buy.com offers the Pogoplug Multimedia Sharing Device in Gray, model no. POGOE02, for $43.99. With free shipping, that's a buck below our mention from last week of the pink version of this device and the lowest total price we've seen. (It's also a current price low by $38.) This device connects directly to your router and accepts up to four USB hard drives for storage. Drag and drop videos, photos, and music from your Windows or Mac computer to share with other systems securely across the Internet, or with mobile devices such as the iPhone and Android phones.

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