Clickfree Wireless Backup (500GB)

Clickfree Wireless Backup review: A 500GB external hard drive with Wi-Fi that you can set and forget

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.00 / 5 (of 3 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 199.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Texanite

3.5

1

Pros
Ease of Setup & Use
Cons
Low Range & Slow Backup
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I just purchased the Clickfree wireless backup and had an awful time finding a spot in my 2,000sf house where all the computers would communicate with the backup. My den was too far for my office computers to communicate and my office was too far for my den computer to communicate. Finally had to locate it in between in the master bedroom so all computers could be recognized. I never had that problem with my wireless router. I also have Clickfree's HD225 backup and it takes 4 minutes to backup my Dell computer but the Clickfree wireless takes 12 minutes. Also, one of my computers has a USB external drive that the Clickfree doesn't recognize so it doesn't back that up.

Lee

2.5

2

Pros
Easy setup
Cons
Processes taking 20% CPU
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Two things I do not like about his device, and it's all the software. The first is minor, inthat when you set the frequencey of the backups, you can't set the time of the backup. The second is a major pain, it has a process that it runs continually in the background and it frequently spikes over 30% of theCPU when I'm browsing on the web, slowing everything down.

duc vu

2.5

3

Pros
hot to use
Cons
no cd show whick way to use
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I have 1 PC desktop and 1 noterbook samsung same Email Igive to yo .I did not know my clickfree hava a wireless or not Please let me know.box pc code wd1050xm 527b-1004-100

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