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Old 01-27-2012, 10:13 AM   #9
elemenoP
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Amazon and Apple's offerings are not meant primarily for backup. You can use them for backup, but the main purpose is to have documents and media that you can easily access from multiple computers/phones/tablets/etc. So the big draw is the syncing feature. It's unlikely that someone would have 1tb of information that they need to sync with all their devices.

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