8 Results for

migo

Review

LG Migo VX1000 (Verizon Wireless)

Despite mixed call quality and some limited features, the LG Migo VX1000 is the best cell phone for young kids thus far.

By May 10, 2006

3 stars Editors' rating May 10, 2006

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Migo Personal for iPod

There's more to an iPod than just music. A Migo-powered iPod transforms any Windows XP/2000 system into the image of your own. And it works well.

By December 13, 2004

4 stars Editors' rating December 13, 2004

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Migo 2.0 USB flash drive

Migo's security and its Windows sync app are nice features, but they can't make up for the unit's dismal performance or extravagant price.

By March 3, 2005

3 stars Editors' rating March 3, 2005

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Migo's sneak peek at smart video-, music-syncing software

Smarter music- and video-syncing and conversion software is on the menu for Migo, which specializes in taking multimedia and sensitive data to-go on portable devices.

By October 23, 2007

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Despite mixed call quality and some limited features, the LG Migo VX1000 is the best cell phone for young kids thus far.

Despite mixed call quality and some limited features, the LG Migo VX1000 is the best cell phone for young kids thus far.

May 21, 2008

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Desktop to go where Migo goes

A new USB-based flash memory device promises to capture a broad range of data from a computer user's PC and replicate that "personal desktop" on any other compatible Windows-based computer.

By September 22, 2003

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Handheld firm offers free upgrade

UR There, maker of the @migo handheld, said Monday it will offer a software upgrade that will allow existing devices to run the new version of Microsoft's Pocket PC operating system when it is released next month. UR There said the upgrade will be free for those who purchased their @migo after Sept. 1. Those who purchased their @migo before that date can upgrade for a yet-to-be-announced handling fee. Compaq Computer has also announced upgrade plans for iPaq handheld owners, while existing Pocket PC-based devices from Hewlett-Packard and Casio are not upgradeable. Both HP and Casio have handhelds in the works that use the new OS; HP already announced details of its new Jornadas.

September 17, 2001

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UR There cuts handheld price

UR There International said Monday it has cut the price of its @migo handheld from $599 to $499. The @migo features Microsoft's Pocket PC operating system, a 16-bit color screen, a built-in PC card slot and Intel's 206MHz StrongARM processor. Like Compaq Computer's iPaq handheld, the unit has flash ROM, which means it can be upgraded to the next version of the Pocket PC OS due out later this year. UR There is based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

July 30, 2001