You love your gadgets and love to spend hours in keying in, exploring functionalities and features, tweaking and adjusting settings, and experimenting with newer applications. Sometimes you are engrossed in entertainment on your cool gadgets, checking out recipes or the latest trend at the New York Fashion Week or reading an inspiring mom blogger and then there are times when you are busy adding finishing touch to a project. Whether it is work or play, your tech gadgets are your necessities that you have got to guard against any mishap or â€˜Techmageddonâ€™. After all your gadgets double, triple and quadruple as your workstation, entertainment hub as well as storeroom of all the data. Now what if one of your best gadgets slips your grip (for example, your iPad) and fall on the gas burner â€“ can you imagine the loss you may incur?
Our gadgets are prone to sever catastrophes and disasters. Thatâ€™s why I have sketched some tech solutions to enable your electronic gadgets to withstand disaster, heat, spilling of liquid, and protect gadgets agasinst data loss.
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ioSafe Solo G3 is made to guard your gadgets from big disasters such as immersion into the 10 feet water or 1550 degrees Fahrenheit â€“ will prevent loss of data. Hence, if child in your home wants to barbecue your gadget, let him try ioSafe Solo G3. It needs to be charged with external power supply and is capable of transferring data at monstrous 5GB per second. Huge, isnâ€™t it? The lowest 1TB model of this gadget starts with $299 and three-year warranty on data protection.
CrashPlan is another gadget that relieves a geek from his constant fear for losing important financial documents, projects, photos etc. Not only a geek person, CrashPlan happens to be the backup plan of biggest tech giant companies such as Cisco, Google etc. You can opt for the free version to take the backup from multiple PCs and Mac systems and also multiple external hard disk drives connected to these systems. This is the sole backup solution for different gadgets so that you would not feel like stranded in a marooned island or sinking ship after you lose all the data in case of a sudden incidence of disk failure or system crashing.Â Once you set up, it will run automatically without needing any configuration.
Along with these disaster proof gadgets, you may also opt for Vaultbox.me cloud based data management system, SanDisk Memory Vault, and do not forget your very own Dropbox.