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Online File Storage - September 14, 2011, 07:59 PM

Are there any recommended sites that let me store and link large files to other people that can range from hundreds of MB to GB in size. I don't foresee needing to upload bigger files than that, but perhaps I shouldn't rule it out.

I've been told about Mediafire, Rapidshare, and Filesonic... I'm leaning toward Mediafire Bronze plan at the moment because of the its 10GB file size. The next most attractive one is Filesonic with a 5 GB file size.

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do any of these have auto sync?


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Funny enough you asked. I was wondering the same thing last night and found/used Mediafire to put a 166MB service manual for the Multi online so some other could download it. I used their free service though since it was under 200MBs.


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Dropbox and Box.net have auto-sync.
Buy an HP touchpad and you'll get 50GB of Cloud storage for life. That alone is a $100 value.



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I don't need/want an HP touchpad

Would have gone with Dropbox in a heartbeat if it didn't require a client program for large files. Highly doubt that's going to get past the IT dept at work. I went with Mediafire but that's the one site my work connection refuses to access, of course. Bleh.

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I don't need/want an HP touchpad

Would have gone with Dropbox in a heartbeat if it didn't require a client program for large files. Highly doubt that's going to get past the IT dept at work. I went with Mediafire but that's the one site my work connection refuses to access, of course. Bleh.

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I look at it as buying a cloud storage account for life, and getting a tablet PC for free.



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I look at it as buying a cloud storage account for life, and getting a tablet PC for free.
How does that work?


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How does that work?
As part of HP's Touchpad app suite, they tied in a promotion with Box.net's cloud storage service.

Details here: Deal Alert: Need A Touchpad, Retailers Are Blowing Out The HP's For $99/149



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