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MojoPac puts personal computer on an iPod

RingCube Technologies has released MojoPac, new software that allows users to mirror a computer’s personal settings and files on a portable storage device such as an iPod or USB flash drive. “To use MojoPac, consumers simply install the MojoPac software on their favorite device, install their applications and copy their files, select their settings and environment preferences, and then take it with them wherever they go,” explains the developer. “Whenever they plug their MojoPac enabled device into a Windows XP based PC, they can launch MojoPac, turning the host PC into a customized and private computing environment that recreates the same computing experience the consumer enjoys at home or work.” MojoPac sells for $30.

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bad idea…iPod storage is not built to be spinning constantly.

Posted by Apple shareholder on September 27, 2006 at 12:29 PM (CDT)


Uhm, since I cannot remember when it was *not* possible to clone your bootvolume or systemfolder to a portable drive and boot any given Macintosh from it, I would assume this is somehow new and nifty in a Windows environment?

Posted by Bad Beaver on September 27, 2006 at 12:32 PM (CDT)


Anyone see my helicopter keys?

Posted by Bill Gates on September 27, 2006 at 1:35 PM (CDT)

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