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LinuxDevices: Linux Powers First Gadget Bridge

Jan 24, 2006, 11:30 (0 Talkback[s])

"Unicon Systems has used Linux in a pair of inexpensive mobile devices aimed at transferring media files between gadgets such as iPods, PSPs (Playstation Portables), and PMPs (portable media players), freeing users from having to use a PC or laptop for this purpose.

"The MCopy (not to be confused with the excellent mtools suite's 'mcopy' utility) is limited to wired transfers, while the MBridge adds wireless capabilities. They two devices are expected to sell for $110 and $160, respectively..."

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