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Get a lifetime of 2TB cloud storage for just $50

Zoolz Dual Cloud Storage lets you backup your digital life with a lightning-fast interface and 256-AES encryption, and it’s now over 90 percent off.
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March 15, 2017
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Hard drive crashes are inevitable, but you can avoid the headache of replacing your lost data if it's securely backed up to the cloud. While most cloud storage options come with hefty monthly fees, Engadget readers can get a lifetime of Zoolz Dual Cloud 2TB Storage today for $49.99, over 90 percent off retail value.

Zoolz lets you store up to 1TB of your most-frequently used files in "Instant Storage," and archive another 1TB in "Cold Storage" (retrievable in 3-5 hours). It also doubles as a file management platform, with an array of features like a smart selection tool and image thumbnail previews so you can add, organize, and find any of your files with ease. Plus, you can rest assured knowing all your data is protected with military-grade 256-AES encryption.

This lifetime offer to Zoolz normally costs for $7,000, but Engadget readers can save hundreds and get it today for just $49.99. Don't miss out—this deal won't last long.

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