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Product Review: Keep backups in your wallet with Clickfree Traveler

Clickfree_traveler-angle This week's review is on the Clickfree Traveler, an automatic backup hard drive the size of a credit card. I simply loved it because of how travel friendly it is and how easy it is to use. If you don't care so much about size, Clickfree makes other drives with the same backup and restore software that's just as easy to use. And if you don't care about the integrated software... well then just get a cheaper drive and do the backup yourself.

Even though it's called Clickfree, you probably should do a little clicking in the options menu the first time you use it. Watch my video below or read the full review in today's Business section.


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