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CES 2011

CES LogoClickfree has added a wireless model to its stable of automatic backup products.

Clickfree Wireless Backup backs up both Windows and Mac OS computers via a built-in 2.4 GHz 802.11n wireless connection after an initial backup is made via built-in USB 2.0 cable. Unfortunately, wireless is the only network connection available; there is no Ethernet port.

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Clickfree Wireless Backup is available now direct from Clickfree.com.at MSRPs of $170 for 500 GB and $249 for 1TB. Clickfree said larger capacities will be available later this quarter.

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