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| Posted: Jul 12, 2004 1:35 am

- COOLMAX 2.5" X-Treme FILES V1

There are a lot of ways and various methods to go about backing up your precious data but most people would of course opt for the easiest most basic method they know of. Now here's a product that stands out on it's own, allowing for "one touch backups & restores". CoolMax U.S.A. have designed a revolutionary HDD enclosure which makes the whole backing up process a breeze. Dubbed the "X-treme Files", it is designed to house laptop suited 2.5" hdd's for easier portability and it's supporting streamlined backup software is highly simple for even the most inexperienced user out there. ExtentionTech pay closer attention to it on the weekend and for the most part they only have good things to say.

 

While we all should back up our data regularly, do we really practice what we preach? I don't think so. How about if it were easy? Well, how about 3 buttons, like Selective Backup, Total Backup, and Restore? That about sums the COOLMAX 2.5" X-treme Files up for you. While there can be improvements made, as with any product, this one stands on it's own pretty well for being a 1st revision. Continue on to take a closer look with me!

 


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