At CES we got a look at some real Transporter hardware in action, and got a few of our questions answered. First some pics:
Now for the new stuff we learned:
- There is now a Windows as well as a Mac desktop / laptop client.
- Shared folders can be mounted and sync'd by remote users who do not have a Transporter on their network.
- Will be available in 1TB, 2TB, and no drive configurations (but you must install your own for the Transporter to function, as it has no internal storage capability).
- WiFi capability (in addition to GigE) will *possibly* be available in two speed grade options (i.e. 1×1 or 2×2), the faster grade carrying an additional cost.
The rest of the details on the Transporter are in our last post covering it. We look forward to testing one of these shortly and will report back.
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