Longmont, Colorado-based Rebit, a developer of backup and recovery products, said Thursday that it has launched a new line of backup drives and software. The firm said its new SaveMe backup and recovery products provide continuous data protection for PCs. The firm said the new software automatically adjusts the amount of historical data saved so that users do not run out of room to store backups. The firm said the new SaveMe product backs up and recovers up to a maximum of six PCs, and includes options for 250GB, 320Gb, 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB drives. The firm said the new products are available through its retailers and resellers.
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Rebit Launches New Backup Drives, Software