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Backup Your Data Automatically
A new crop of external storage drives makes backing up data a breeze.

by Jeffrey L. Wilson on Monday, July 13, 2009

We all know that we should back up our documents, photos, music, and video, but many perceived challenges prevent us from doing so: It takes too long. There are far too many steps. Scheduling is confusing. Fortunately, the storage industry has heard our concerns, and a few companies have stepped up to produce flash drives and external hard drives that back up data simply by connecting them to a notebook—with no detailed procedures required. If you’re looking to safeguard your most cherished files from disaster, these drives require the least possible effort.

Backup Your Data Automatically

Back in a Flash

Price: 79.95

Back in a Flash doesn’t just excel at backing up your most valuable data, it offers true disaster recovery.
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Clickfree Traveler

Price: 79.99

About the size of a student ID card (and almost as thin), the Clickfree Traveler combines a slick brushed-metal design with no-brainer backup.
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SanDisk Ultra Backup

Price: 49.99

The SanDisk Ultra Backup looks like your standard USB flash drive, but inside packs some outstanding software.
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Seagate Replica

The Seagate Replica is somewhat heftier than some of its competitors, but with that extra girth comes features that other auto-backup systems lack.
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