Back It Up

When Steve speaks, people listen. At the recent MacWorld, Steve Jobs highlighted the importance of backing up with the release of his Time Capsule hard drive to go with the Time Machine software.

But if you’re not on a Mac, that doesn’t mean you’re not exempt from backing things up.

Maxtor is making it easy with the latest edition of their One Touch series of external drives.

All you need to do is connect the Maxtor OneTouch 4 to your USB drive, then plug it in. By pushing the big button in front, your important files are instantly transferred.

The Maxtor OneTouch has the power to save your entire hard drive onto a CD with the included software. Should the unthinkable ever happen, all you would have to do is stick the back-up CD in the drive, and you’ll be back in business before you know it.

Another added feature gives higher security as the included DrivePass program allows you to password protect your important information on the OneTouch 4.

This product also allows you to sync your desktop with your laptop with a Sync feature that is as easy as a click of a mouse.

The Maxtor OneTouch 4 starts at just $100 for a 250 gig drive.

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