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Old 29th March, 2010, 03:00 PM
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WIN a Pogoplug 2 DIY cloud computing gadget

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Network attached storage, running LINUX and hackable.

Also, there is now an iPhone app for it, so you can connect to your drives at home where ever you are.

Pogoplug iPhone app is HERE! Pogoplug blog
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And unfortunately slow. The Pogoplug comes in as one of the slowest NAS devices, and requires special drivers to work.

Someone benchmarked one connected to a RAID0 array, and it managed a massive 10Mbyte/sec read speeds. The Seagate Dockstar (which is apparently the same hardware) manages about 20Mbyte/sec, and doesn't need any special drivers.
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