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Hands on with Rebit Backup solutions

Posted in Review by Darrin Olson on October 3rd, 2009

rebit backup driveWe’ve been hearing about Rebit and their backup solutions from as far back as October of 2007, and our time to try out one of these devices was far overdue. For this review we got a chance to review a portable backup solution from Rebit which boasts a “ridiculously simple backup” process, and they did not disappoint.

SETUP
Setting up the backup system was about as easy as it could be. We simply unpacked the small, slim portable drive and USB cable and plugged it in to our computer. After a couple of automatically prompted approvals in our Windows Vista system the thing just started doing its job of backing up all the files on the hard drive of our computer. The entire process from opening the box until it started working was under 3 minutes. The drive has a dual-headed USB cord so a separate power supply is not necessary if a single USB port does supply enough power, but in our case a single USB 2.0 connection was all it took to power the device and transfer data.

Rebit Automated Computer Backup System from Seagate

Posted in Seagate by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2009

Rebit Automated Computer Backup System from SeagateAre you worried about a massive computer crash that will wipe out all of your data? The Rebit from Seagate will backup everything automatically from your computer. All of your important data like files, photos, music, movies and e-mail will be protected, including Windows operating system, software applications, drivers, passwords, bookmarks, and preferences.

The device couldn’t be easier to use. Just plug the Rebit(How clever, it has a frog on it) external USB backup drive into your computer, activate the software and you are good to go.

Rebit hops into PC backup hardware

Posted in Backup Solutions,Computer Components,Hard Drives by Nino Marchetti on October 29th, 2007

RebitA new PC backup solutions company has surfaced claiming its device takes the complexity out of doing backups of your critical computer data. Rebit is the company name and its offering backup devices in various memory configurations which sport the name of the company.

The Rebit device is designed to attach to your computer through an available USB port. Once attached, Rebit claims, you can forget about worrying over complex backup software and scheduling. The Windows-based product does “complete and continuous backup of not only data, but applications and the entire operating system.” If your PC should tank or you need to restore a file or folder you can drag and drop or automatically restore said data from Rebit.



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