PC makers are pushing netbooks as secondary computers, which is all well and good until you realize that you have some of your files stored on your netbook and other files stored on your primary computer which is stuck back at the house. HP’s solution is to include Syncables software which comes preloaded with the HP Mini 110 netbook.
The software lets you perform automated or manual 2-way synchronization between your netbook and another PC. It includes options for pictures, videos, bookmarks, music, documents, email, or all the files on your system.
Of course, Syncables is hardly the only synchronization software available. But it’s free for HP users, and seems to be fairly easy to use.
MediaBlab‘s Jake Luddington has put together a video demonstrating the software, which you can check out below.
via Portable Monkey