According to Venture Beat, this coming April Clickfree will release a micro-SD card that will allow for PC and Mac backups through your BlackBerry Smartphone. The 16GB Clickfree Traveler for BlackBerry will carry automatic backup software, allowing you to easily backup your computer data on the go. Simply plug your device into your PC or Mac via USB, and the data will be backed up without the need for an internet connection or another external device. This could be extremely handy for those who travel often and need a quick and painless backup method for their data. Granted some users will take up space on the card with pictures, videos or music, but 16GB is plenty to backup a good amount of data in addition to storing other media items. No word on price yet, but the card is set to ship April 5th.
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