10. 11. 2004
Migo Personal for iPod
I'm not one of those people that wants to try to force extra functionality (read books! take crappy pictures! turn it into a calculator!) into a nicely simple iPod, but Migo Personal software for the iPod would be useful for anyone who uses multiple PCs and doesn't want to carry an additional device. Migo copies your Windows settings, Outlook contacts and mail, bookmarks, and any data files you need so you can work on any PC like it's your own. Of course you don't need Migo to use an iPod for storage but the software synchronizes the necessary files automatically so you can start working right away. After you're done, all traces of your work and your browsing are kept on the iPod so you don't leave behind any history. Migo Personal will be available in November for $99.95.
Migo's original product is a small USB device that does the same thing- copies all your files and settings, but it's expensive, $200 for just 256 mb. The Lexar Traveler Jump Drive does essentially the same thing, and the 512 mb model can be had for just $70 at eCOST.