Filed under: Gear, Gadling Gear Review
**HP** Remember the days before smartphones and tablets? Back when our mobile
entertainment options were limited to whatever books and magazines we could
cram into our carry-on bag and that one movie that was shown three times on a
single flight across the Pacific? It may seem like it was a lifetime ago, but
it really hasn't been that long at all.
Now days when we hit the road, we can carry our entire music collection,
multiple movies and TV shows, a library full of books and thousands of photos
with us. The options are nearly endless, limited only by the storage capacity
of your mobile devices. But when the memory on those devices begins to get
full, you have to start making compromises in order to fit everything you want
in the limited storage available. In order to make room for the latest
episodes of "Downton Abbey" for example, that digital copy of "The Hobbit" may
have to go.
But what if you didn't have to make those kinds of compromises? What if you
could carry a tiny portable media server with you that would not only add