RingCube Technologies, Inc., the creator of truly portable personal computing, announced today it is offering software that for the first time allows any storage device, including iPods, USB flash or hard drives, or even cell phones, to mirror the capabilities and functionality of a private and secure PC.
With MojoPac, users can take all their information, settings, and applications such as Microsoft Office, iTunes, Adobe Photoshop, and top PC games such as World of Warcraft with them wherever they go, on any portable storage device, including ones many consumers carry with them every day. Mojopac transforms any computer into a personal computer, instantly.
“We created MojoPac to deliver on the promise of true computing portability,” said Shan Appajodu, CEO and Co-Founder of RingCube. “With MojoPac, users can take their entire computing experience with them around the world or down the street, without the hassle of carrying their actual computer. Portability that used to be weighed in pounds can now be measured in ounces, and people now have an easy, low-cost option for true computing portability.”
To use MojoPac, consumers simply install the MojoPac software on their favorite device, install their applications and copy their files, select their settings and environment preferences, and then take it with them wherever they go. Whenever they plug their MojoPac enabled device into a Windows XP based PC, they can launch MojoPac, turning the host PC into a customized and private computing environment that recreates the same computing experience the consumer enjoys at home or work.
MojoPac is a completely private environment. No personal files and application data are ever transferred to the PC it is connected to. Once the device is removed from a host computer, that machine does not retain any of the files or cache any private information from the browser history. Consumers can feel confident that no matter where they go to do their work, their private information is kept safe within their MojoPac.