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Rebit Announces Expanded Capabilities

Rebit™ Expands Simple, Complete, Automated Backup to Multiple PCs
Response to First and Only “Just-Plug-It-In” Backup Solution for Windows® Drives Multi-Point Release, Expanded Feature Set

LONGMONT, Colo. - January 23, 2007 - Rebit Inc., the company dedicated to relieving the burden of backup for PC users, today announced that its newest release will be available on February 15. As the first and only backup solution for Windows® requiring nothing more than plugging it in, Rebit now backs up multiple PCs and all partitions and drives within those PCs, extending its PC backup appliance solution spectrum.

Rebit’s new release is the ideal answer for home users and small offices with multiple PCs. This release can be downloaded to Rebit appliances already on the market.

“This Rebit release builds on the exclusive architecture that is at the heart of Rebit’s innovation,” commented Charlene Murphy, executive vice president of sales and marketing. “It is the simplest and most complete backup solution available for Windows users. Rebit’s backup is automatic and recovery is fast, providing file/folder and complete system restoration. With Rebit’s Bare Metal Recovery, your entire PC can be quickly and easily recovered. And you don’t have to be technical because Rebit automatically manages the entire backup process so the user does not have to know anything or do anything to get complete PC backup protection. We think of it as PC backup for everyone because we focus on no-effort backup and easy file or complete disk recovery.”

Providing simple and fully automated backup for Windows XP and Vista, Rebit plugs into a computer’s USB port for complete and continuous backup of not only data, but applications and the entire operating system – everything on one’s PC. Recovering any file or folder is equally simple – just use Windows Explorer “drag and drop.” If a PC disk crashes, Rebit painlessly recovers everything on to a replacement disk. There is no need to re-download, reinstall, or re-register applications, and because of its NeverFull™ feature, Rebit never fills up, always delivering reliable backup.

Dedicated to optimizing the customer experience, Rebit is not just another appliance but a unique and comprehensive solution to computer backup and recovery. With the new release, Rebit users can take advantage of multiple PC backup which utilizes file de-duplication to save disk space. Additionally, Rebit now offers the double user benefit of Rebit archiving and offsite Rebit drive rotation.

Rebit backup appliances are available in capacities for notebooks and desktop PCs, including 80GB, 120GB, 160GB, 320GB, and 500GB. They can be purchased through Rebit’s network of channel and distribution partners in the U.S. and Europe, and online at

About Rebit, Inc.
Rebit Inc. is committed to delivering a solution that is automatic and complete, removing the burden of managing backup from users. With Rebit, PC users experience continuous data protection all day, every day. No setup. No configuration. No scheduling. No buttons. No software installation. And recovery is easy - just drag and drop from Windows Explorer. Contact the company at, or call toll-free at 1-866-635-5784.

Rebit and the Rebit logo are trademarks of Rebit Inc. in the United States and other counties. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.


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