SVCAUSA 2010

Clickfree Automatic Backup Hard Drive Transformer USB 2.0 Cable CAB101


The Clickfree Automatic Backup Hard Drive Transformer USB 2.0 Cable CAB101 is a new computer backup solution that allows a user to convert any external USB hard drive into a Clickfree backup drive. This device is made especially for those who want a simple backup solution but already have a USB hard drive with free space. The Clickfree Hard Drive Transformer Cable adds Clickfree Automatic Backup to every external USB hard drive. Back up will start automatically after connecting any USB hard drive to the Transformer Cable which is attached to the computerís USB port. This innovative device will never over-write data already saved to the hard drive, hence, you can continue to use your USB hard drive. It will automatically find, organize, and backup photos, videos, music, and a lot of other file types. In brief, Clickfree eliminates the need to copy and paste files manually. It is truly automatic in that you can work right out of the box with no software to install or setup.

The device makes backing up quick and efficient as Clickfree will find and backup only files that are new or have changed since your last back up and is capable of backing up multiple computers, Mac or PC. With Clickfree, it is easy to browse and share files as they are organized automatically. The device has the capacity to organize files on the backup automatically by computer name and category like Photos, Music, Spreadsheets, Presentations, Email, etc. Also, with Clickfree you can restore easily to a new computer even when upgrading to a new Windows version, or when transferring files from a PC to a Mac. Its Smart Restore feature is also a convenient way to copy files or photos to another computer. Such feature also enables you to restore everything back to original locations with one click or just choose the files, folders, or categories you want to restore. The device is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.5 or later, with Intel Processors.

Posted 2010-11-01 and updated on Nov 01, 2010 6:49pm by richard

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