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CMS Provides Notebook Storage Device

CMS Peripherals Inc. announced its line of automatic backup systems (ABS) for notebook and desktop PCs.

The ABS for notebooks offers storage capacities from 6 GB to 30 GB and a choice of PCMCIA or USB interface. The slightly larger desktop version provides up to 60 GB of storage using a hot-swappable USB interface. PCMCIA versions are compatible with Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows NT, and Windows 2000. Desktop and USB versions are compatible with Windows 98, Me, and 2000.

Upon insertion, the ABS automatically backs up files from the user’s hard drive to the ABS. After the initial backup, the ABS seeks out and copies only the changed files on the user’s system.

Contact CMS, (800) 327-5773, www.cmsproducts.com.

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