- Product Dimensions: 26.4 x 5.5 x 17.2 cm ; 1.2 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.2 Kg
- Item model number: CA3D20-6CBK1-F1S
- ASIN: B00539IHRQ
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Mar. 2013
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 109,026 in Computers (See Top 100 in Computers)
Clickfree CA3D20-6CBK2-G1Z 2TB C6 USB 3.0 3.5 Inch Desktop Backup Drive
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- 100MB available hard drive space
- Power 120V and 240V
- Interface USB 3.0/2.0
- Desktop - 20.5 x 11.6 x 3.4 cm
- Warranty - 2 Years
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Clickfree C6 Easy Imaging products provide Total Computer Backup including the protecting your Windows Operating System, Software Programs and all Personal Files including photos, music, videos, email, contacts, web favorites, documents - over 500+ file types.
Includes EasyFix™ which allows you to easily recover from computer crashes caused by viruses or software corruption – often within minutes.
Backing up your entire computer has never been easier.
Patented Easy Run automatically backs up your photos, videos, music and other personal files
Automatically finds and organizes your photos and all other personal files for backup
View all backed up photos and other personal files just like on your original computer
Watch and learn more Your complete personal file backup and photos can be easily transferred to a new computer
Watch and learn more Import music and playlists from any iPod, iPad, iPhone
Make additional hard copy backups to CDs or DVDs
Easily protect backed up personal files with 256-bit hardware encryption
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32" / 80cm USB 3.0 Cable
Power Adapter (Desktop only)
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Top Customer Reviews
2- As I have 2 Laptop to backup, I made 2 images on the unit say PC1 and PC2, when I tried to restore PC2 on a new HDD, it comes up with the image of the PC1... so I contacted the clickfree support Again... it took me 2 hours to convinced the support guy what was happening... i still have a clear feeling that he never beleived me... he made me took Pictures of the screens... and after one more hour he gave up..., so I decided to reset the unit to factory default... made Again 2 images... still the same fault... the unit can only handle 1 image at the time... so I had to remove 1 image to make my restore!
so Guys... if you need to back up several PCs... this is not the right product!
The back up laptop originally came with Vista, but with a free upgrade to W7 when this was released. I subsequently upgraded to W7. The laptop came with no Vista OS backup discs as the hard drive was partitioned with the d: drive being the backup. For reasons I've no need to go into, I wished to put this laptop back to running Vista and started the factory reinstall from the partitioned drive.
Unfortunately, for a reason I can't fathom, the reinstall failed partway through with the result that I could not boot into either W7 or Vista. I can still access the boot options, but no way will Vista be reinstalled. No problem, I thought, I'll use the C6 backup of the W7 OS on my main laptop. Now this is where an unexpected problem arose, and which will be of significance to other users in the same situation.
My main laptop has two drives, the c:drive is an SSD and the second drive used for data storage only, is a conventional HDD.
When I connected the C6 to my now non-functioning laptop it initially appeared to proceed without any hitch. I used the laptop's reboot from the Clickfree backup and which was showing as an option. After a short while ClickFree flashed up a message that two drives had been detected and I should ensure that both were connected before proceeding.Read more ›
The device is small and compact with just a USB cable connection, unlike my older C2 Clickfree, which has a separate electrical supply.
Following mixed review experience I was concerned about its' operability with the USB 2.0 connection and Win 8.1, but the software was automatically installed in seconds.
The first full back up took two and a half hours, over 90% of the downloaded files and associated Mbs were computer operating systems. Subsequent full downloads took 10 - 15 minutes.
I am extremely pleased with the product, which will be invaluable should I suffer future computer crashes or hard drive failures. My only regret is that I shopped at the 'high priced end' of the market place.
Update: I decided to return this for a replacement, to see if the slowness and lack of scheduling was a fault. Amazon were very prompt and sent out a replacement, great service. Unfortunately, this one was even worse! It would not load, when it finally did after many tries it would try to update and then get a "programme not responding". It would sometimes show both device and storage, sometimes not. Would not launch itself, but had to be manually tried and I could never get it past the start page. It would stick on Loading for 10 minutes and then just stop. If it took more than 2 hours to get it to the start page I am reluctant to do the backup. It's going back, I suppose if I were more technically minded I could sort it out, but that's not the point of the whole thing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived on time - well packaged - easy to use - everything is now safePublished 11 days ago by Philip
It arrived and only 250mb. Been backing up to find out from pc guy nothing on itPublished 20 days ago by Christine Leigh
Nice sleek unit. It is a very handy size making it easily portable; it will fit into a trouser pocket, though you will know it's there! Read morePublished 2 months ago by stephen john nield
This came highly recommended from several users. Purchased for use on a Church administrators computer, where data backup is extremely important as records are maintained... Read morePublished 3 months ago by E. D. Feasey
Great innovative product but a little twitchy on a new HP PC using windows 8.1. Drive either lost or corrupted the user password so had to do a whole new backup again from... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. R. Bracknell