PogoPlug Goes Wireless and Drops Price

The makers of PogoPlug have just announced a new twist for all those PogoPlug users out there. The PogoPlug Wireless Extender makes any existing PogoPlug WiFi enabled. In essence your PogoPlug device can live anywhere in your house or office and not have to be attached to network router or wired Ethernet port.

What’s great about this is that current PogoPlug owners can pick up the Wireless Extender at no cost. This is a limited time offer and you can check out more information on the PogoPlug Facebook page or on the website. After the offer expires the Wireless Extender will be available for $29.

The price for a PogoPlug has also been reduced from $129 to $99, so this looks like a good time for those who might be considering this device to give it a look. I use my PogoPlug all the time as my personal cloud storage system and it works like a charm.

5 Comments

  1. tivoboy

    08/17/2010 at 9:21 am

    Nice offer for them to give the WA free to current users. I might order another at 99$, they work great!

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  2. aftermath

    08/17/2010 at 9:36 am

    If you want to experiment with this type of service for free, just use the Opera Unite feature built in to the Opera web browser.

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  3. Dave

    08/17/2010 at 10:08 am

    For anyone using a PogoPlug… is there an option to access drive contents remotely as if on an attached drive, or can you only upload/download to it?

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  4. tivoboy

    08/17/2010 at 12:44 pm

    Wha?

    Of course one can access it remotely, that is really the main point-web or using a client app on the machine (pc, mac and linux I think) it looks just like a connected HD.

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  5. tivoboy

    08/18/2010 at 5:33 am

    these puppies are currently 48$ at amazon and buy.com. Nice deal on this unit.

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