Dane-Elec's New my-Ditto Network Storage Solution Enhances and Shares Your Digital Life at CES 2013

Dane-Elec will launch its my-Ditto network storage solution for today's digital lifestyle, a CES 2013 Innovations Award Honoree, at CES, January 8-11.


my-Ditto is a hybrid network connected hard drive and cloud platform that is a complete remote access, backup and streaming solution. It stores, secures, manages and streams all of a user's digital assets and unleashes them for work, collaboration and play like no other. Simply upload everything to the box and start living out-of-the-box with my-Ditto.

For more information on my-Ditto, please visit www.my-ditto.com.

Dane-Elec's my-Ditto will be demonstrated at CES in Suite 8-121 at the Las Vegas Hotel & Casino (LVH) as well as at Pepcom's Digital Experience! on Monday, January 7.

If you would like to make an appointment for a product briefing at CES, or would like additional information before, please let us know.

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