Clickfree USB Cable Transformer Availabe Now

Jan 05, 2009 by John Messina weblog
Clickfree USB Cable Transformer

(PhysOrg.com) -- Now you can transform any external USB HDD to a true backup device without the use of any software at all. Just connect a USB HDD to your PC via the Clickfree Cable Transformer and your external drive will automatically start searching through your files and backing up your data.

The new Clickfree transformer cable is the only USB cable transformer that turns any external USB HDD into a truly automatic backup solution.

Storage Appliance Corp is known for their portable backup systems that makes the difficult task of backing up data a thing of the past. With this latest breakthrough, you can now turn any external USB HDD into a simple backup solution for your data, photos, music and videos. You never have to worry about loosing your data.

The Clickfree Cable Backup retails for $59.99 and will be available starting January 1, 2009. You can purchase Clickfree by ordering it directly from the Storage Appliance Corporation's website.

Clickfree products can also be found at leading outlets such as Best Buy, OfficeMax, and Walgreens, as well as online from sites like, Amazon, Costco, Newegg, and Walmart.

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Bob_B
not rated yet Jan 05, 2009
Can't Physorg tell the difference between commercials and news?