Cloud storage and back-up services like Dropbox and Carbonite deliver the convenience of anywhere access and the security of offsite backup, but the subscription fees for those services add up. The Transporter Sync delivers all the functionality of the Transporter 2.0, but at a lower cost because you provide the storage. The Transporter Sync operates exactly like Connected Dataa€™s earlier Transporter 2.0 device, but ita€™s smaller and costs lessa€”just $99a€”because you provide your own portable USB hard drive. Unlike most online storage services, however, Connected Data doesna€™t store any of your data on its own servers; therefore, it cana€™t access your data or be legally compelled to produce it. The Transporter Sync can host up to a 4TB external USB hard drives, but Sherhart says that limitation is in place only because Connected Data has not yet tested it with higher-capacity drives.


Michael is TechHive's lead editor and covers the connected-home and home-entertainment markets. PCWorld helps you navigate the PC ecosystem to find the products you want and the advice you need to get the job done. Network-attached storage systems like WDa€™s new My Cloud are attractive alternatives, but ita€™s not always easy to sync two of those systems over the Internet to provide offsite data redundancy. This network-attached storage (NAS) device is accessible from the cloud, and, like cloud-storage services such as Dropbox, it can sync the data stored on a connected hard drive with your PC, smartphone, or tablet. The clients and one or more Transporters operate on a peer-to-peer network, and the data is encrypted with a 256-bit AES cipher while in transit.


It retains a gigabit ethernet port, but its USB 2.0 port has been repurposed to host an external hard drive (the USB port on the original Transporter can host an optional Wi-Fi adapter).
He built his own smart home in 2007, which he uses as a real-world test lab when reviewing new products. Thata€™s why Ia€™ve been intrigued by Connected Dataa€™s Transporter 2.0a€”and now the company has announced a new version that looks even more promising.



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