Remotely connect two computers in a flash with iTwin

Sep 25, 2009 • Uncategorized
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While the tech savvy may be familiar with using file sharing cloud computing solutions, general consumers have found it difficult to remotely access a second computer. Enter iTwin, a company offering a simple plug-and-play solution using just an Internet connection and USB drive. Billing itself as the ‘cable-less cable, iTwin is squarely aimed at the mass market. Person A plugs one end of the USB stick into their computer, then gives the other half to person B to seamlessly connect their machines. The company ultimately aims to disrupt portable storage by addressing issues like limited file capacity and security risks. iTwin will retail for approximately $99 and will be available for purchase in Q1 2010 through the company website.

Efren Toscano

Efren Toscano founded TechZulu in the heart of Southern California: Orange County. Focused on providing a platform to showcase all that is happening here in the tech and media space. TechZulu is rapidly growing to be the hub for Southern California technology companies news source. Efren has been chosen as one of LA Weekly's People of 2009 and selected as a Top 20 MostPublic Individuals in Los Angeles in Tech and Biz by NowPublic. He divides his time between San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles and tech events around the US.

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