Connected Data announces Transporter v2.0, focuses on user experience and mobile apps

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Connected Data announces Transporter v2.0 focuses on user experience and mobile apps

It’s been an exciting couple days for the folks at Connected Data. After entering into a merger agreement with Drobo yesterday, the company’s just announced Transporter v2.0 — the latest software for its cloud-aware NAS. To jog your memory, Transporter is a device that lets you share data online, Dropbox-style, without a subscription fee. It was launched on Kickstarter last year and priced at $199 for the basic hardware (BYO hard drive), $299 for 1TB and $399 for 2TB. Version 2.0 brings major user experience improvements on Mac and PC thanks to better integration with Finder and Windows Explorer, including right-click and drag-and-drop functionality. Users can now easily share links to their files and choose how their folders are synced (locally or remotely). The update includes new mobile apps which provide remote Transporter access and management from any iOS or Android device. Connected Data also made firewall support more robust for users regardless of their network environment. Transporter v2.0 will launch sometime in June — hit the break for the full PR.

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