|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Package Dimensions||26.42 x 22.86 x 10.16 cm; 1.04 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||1.04 kg|
|Item Model Number||POGO-P21|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||1 April 2018|
New-Media sharing device black - POGOP21
|Price:||+ $18.58 Delivery|
- Connects your external hard drive to the Internet: For access to content from virtually any computer with Internet access
- Share files with family and friends: By inviting them through an automated e-mail link
- Stream videos, music and photos: To your compatible mobile phone, including Apple iPhone
- Single-click publishing: To select social networking Web sites, including Facebook and Twitter
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The idea of connecting your external drives to existing network is great. However, the execution in this case is poor and sluggish, in my opinion. Maybe the price of this device is a big contributing factor. I'm willing to pay bit more for a system that is , at least, reasonably fast and easier to access than (primarily) web-based thumbnail thing.
I'll admit, I bought this to root it and re-purpose as a local LAMP server for the home. But, you cannot even enable SSH access to the device without connecting to the cloud service, which according to what I read, is now down.
I even emailed the support email, and was given an automatic "see the FAQs page" with a link, and then a message saying that the ticket will be closed. The FAQ page does NOT help (and I consider myself to be pretty technical, programmer for 30 years, linux admin for 10+ years, and DevOps for a few years now..).
Replying to the ticket (zendesk) got no response. This was money wasted.
This company has completely gone down the tubes. Stay Away at all costs. Buy a WD My Cloud or other personal cloud product.