The Clickfree C2 is the next generation of the Award-Winning Clickfree Portable Backup drives, featuring Smart Automatic Backup features, a new all-in-one design with integrated USB cable, iPod music transfer, and advanced backup features including hardware-based encryption and email attachment extraction. The C2 comes in both high gloss white and black, and in storage capacities of 250GB to 1TB.
• 256-bit Hardware Based Encryption
• Built-in USB Cable
• Scheduled Backup
• Import iPod Music and Playlists
• Backup Multiple Computers - PC or Mac
• Backup and Extract Email Attachments
• Share photos on Facebook or Myspace Directly from the Clickfree Viewer
• Burn CD's and DVD's of your Backup using the computers burner
• Transfer files to new computers, and new Windows ® Operating Systems.
WINDOWS 7 READY
• Windows 7
• Windows XP
• Windows Vista
• Mac OS X 10.5 or later with intel processor
This unit has much the same strong and weak points as the others in the range, but with the added bonus of having a LOT more storage space available. Available in sizes up to 1 terabyte* there should be more than enough to handle any average desktop. If you have a gamer-type system with multi-terabytes of storage on board, you may want to look at just building yourself a backup server and leave it at that.
This unit isn't as tidy, discrete, or expandable as other options in the ClickFree range, but the lack of external power source and the storage advantage really does make it ideal for multiple laptops, such as a 'fleet' of mobile salespeople who 'dock' their systems at work semi-regularly.
Overall, not too shabby, but keep in mind that a 'secure' system will negate the 'no click' functionality and you're up for a few clicks... not as many clicks as many other products require however.
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