RingCube’s MojoPac certainly sounds like a promising concept for mobile warriors. It is being shown at the DEMOfall 2006 conference, so it will be interesting to see how folks respond. Here’s the idea. The MojoPac software mirrors a computer’s personal settings, programs, and data on a USB stick, an iPod, a cellphone, etc… You take it with you and plug it into any PC where you are. The software works with a virtual operating system and supposedly works with any off the shelf XP software program. MojoPac also won’t leave traces of your work on the computer you plug in to.
The intriguing sales pitch is that laptops are too bulky to carry around, and this promo site is targeted at gamers, so look for some interesting marketing hype when this gets rolling.
You can try out the software for free here for 30 days.
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