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Tuesday is World Backup Day!
In other words, this is your annual reminder to back up all your important files.
After all, you definitely don’t want to lose sentimental files like family photos or work-related spreadsheets and emails.
We’ve put together a list of the best storage gadgets out there, depending on the amount of storage you need.
Here’s one of the easiest ways to add high-capacity storage to your computer. This device accommodates large digital files with storage capacity up to 2 TB.
And for a hard drive, this gadget is on the smaller side, which makes it easy to travel with.
The PNY turbo attaché USB holds 128 GB, which translates to about 23,674 songs.
This little USB has transfer speeds 10 times faster than the standard PNY USB 2.0 flash drives.
It’s compatible with most PC and Macs.
PNY Turbo Attaché 128 GB USB: $US59.99 $US41.76 [30% off]
Sometimes you don’t need that much storage, and you certainly don’t want to waste extra money on a monster hard drive.
If that’s the case, this little 32 GB flash drive is for you.
Pro-tip: it’s a great gadget to have on business trips.
With the the QNAP personal cloud NAS you can build a private cloud-based notebook. You’ll be able to reorganise and manage files, and backup tasks in one centralised location.
Plus you’ll be able to synchronise all your files between computers, laptops and mobile devices.
QNAP personal cloud NAS with PLEX, DLNA, and mobile apps support: $US189.00 $US189.99 [4% off]
To see the rest of the deals available for World Backup Day, check them out here.
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