Plugging a Migo equipped iPod into a Windows-based host computer instantly converts it into a virtual copy of the user's PC. The user's Outlook and data files, Internet favorites and desktop wallpaper appear on the host computer as if it were their own. The Migo software even carries Internet history entries and cookies, ensuring that nothing is left behind on the host computer.
Migo Personal for iPod transforms the popular MP3 player into more than a mobile jukebox. It allows users to transport their personalized computer settings to other computers, including Microsoft Outlook e-mail, calendar and contacts, Internet Explorer favorites and browsing history as well as data files, presentations and much more on the iPod's hard drive.
"PowerHouse Technologies' business strategy has always focused on being a software company and the new Migo for iPod builds on the momentum of this strategy," said Jay Elliot, CEO of PowerHouse Technologies Group. "Our original Migo product line, offered on a USB flash drive, served as a launching pad for developing the software for iPod and other devices in the future. As a software company, our goal is to leverage top technology platforms, such as the iPod, to deliver the benefits and functionality of Migo to an expanded customer base."