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ClickFree HD700 removes the "one-touch" from one-touch backups

Darren Murph
February 16, 2008
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We'll be honest with you -- it can't get a whole lot easier than one-touch backup, but that hasn't stopped ClickFree from serving up an alternative that quite literally removes the whole "one-touch" requirement from backing up your data. Similar to other devices we've seen in the past, the HD700 arrives in a 4.52- x 0.67- x 2.99-inch enclosure and houses a 120GB 5400RPM SATA drive. Additionally, the unit is USB 2.0-compliant, requires no additional power source and immediately starts duping your data as soon as it's plugged in to your Windows-based computer. So, how do you put a price on simplicity? Ask ClickFree -- it's the one that tagged this piece with a $169 sticker.

[Via Coolest-Gadgets]



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