The USB flash drive is one particular product that has become so commonplace, most folks have a bunch of these with them, never mind that it can get pretty confusing trying to figure out just which file has been placed where. KeePod happens to be an interesting product that would allow one to transform a flash drive into your very own desktop, and for you to take it with you wherever you go. Do bear in mind that this is not a PC, as the KeePod OS would require a PC to run on in the first place.
It is basically a Linux-based operating system which would be portable and personal. Once you plug it into a PC, the operating system would load, where you can then work in your personal space wherever you are without any kind of additional effort or concern. The main focus of the KeePod OS would be portability, so that it would be extremely easy when it comes to transporting your operating system from one computer to another. Not only that, KeePod OS would play nice across all computers, never mind what their native OS is. It does seem as though such an initiative would come in handy in developing countries and rural areas, as it allows folks living in such places to be able to be exposed to the wonders of modern computing without much cost.
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