January 19, 2005

by Reb Yudel
Is this what the Talmud means by 'migo l'hotzi'?

From Engadget.com: Migo watch takes your desktop settings with you:

We first heard of the Migo Personal software, which lets you store all your Windows desktop settings on an iPod or USB key, a few months ago. Well, now they’ve gone and made Migo available in watch form (and you know how we dig watches). It’s certainly not as ugly as some gadget watches we’ve seen, and the 512MB storage is nice, but the $230 price tag is a bit hard to swallow. Although, believe it or not, that’s the same price they charge for their 512MB USB key.

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