Summary: It works very well. I have an older model Clickfree backup, only 160 GB, and that still works also. The only thing I don't like about the newer model is that is leaves something called LSO (locally shared object) cookies on your computer, just by plugging it in and using it.
Summary: The C2N is one of Clickfree's older products but I don't think they have changed how it basically works. You plug it into the usb of your computer, and yes, it does automatically backup everything. But try to go into your files and find something...forget it!
Summary: Product comes with very little instructions as to how to retrieve information and how to use the product. I am actually curious as if this product will actually retrieve lost information from a spoiled hard drive. Yet to be seen.
OK product. not as easy to set up as instructions say. needed software support.
8 March 2011
Summary: I had a non-network version and it worked as advertised on 3 different MAC computers. simple, easy to set up and only needed to read the instructions once. virtually automatic.; 5 stars I bought the C2N version for 1 TB capacity and so I wouldn't have to go from computer to computer.
Summary: I purchased this product to back up my desktop and laptop computers and, for the most part, it does the job. I'm a little disappointed in that the product was supposed to be completely automated. The base unit, which is plugged in to my desktop, automatically backs up without a hitch.
Summary: I bought this unit at a local office warehouse store on sale for < $100. Could not install the unit (by attaching via USB cable) on 2 computers (an older 4+ yr computer running Windows XP and a 1yr computer running Vista).
Summary: I'm only partially pleased with this product. On first attempt to back up my data, I selected everything I wanted backed up, which is a lot, since I'm a software developer. It ran for hours and hours. I let it run overnight, thinking it would be done by morning.
Summary: This product as shipped through Amazon does not contain a wirelss card according to the manufacturer's service rep. It backs up a computer via a physical usb connection. Calling it a wireless unit seems misleading.