Storage for the OS is done through GMail, Music files are stored on MP3Tunes, and any information can be synced with the user's own desktop through an included application.
One problem is that it crashed the browser we were using ... so that shows you it's definitely not ready for prime time. It's something cool to play around with, but once again, with ADSL or cable the upload speed is soooo much slower than the download speed - so is it really all that usable in the long run?
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