Would you like to carry your genealogy data with you at all times? How about your e-mail messages, checkbook data, family photographs, and much more, all stuffed inside a tiny device weighing a couple of ounces? When visiting a local Family History Center near you, would you like to quickly and easily copy data from their computers onto a tiny data storage device that you can carry in purse or pocket? Best of all, it is cheap and easy to do so.
Making copies of your genealogy data is an important thing that you need to do often. After spending hours entering data into your computer, you need to protect the information stored. In short, you need to make backups. You can use this same device for backup storage.
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