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Mushkin Unveils New Helix SSD and Hard Disk Drive Toolkit

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    Mushkin Enhanced MFG, an industry-leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance and mission-critical computer products, has announced it will introduce Mushkin's new Helix SSD and Hard Disk Drive Toolkit at CES 2014. The SSD and Hard Disk Drive Toolkit offers a shortcut toward seamless computer upgrading and minimizes risks of lost data and time spent in OS reloading.

    The SSD and Hard Disk Drive Toolkit package includes disk backup and recovery, disk cloning, and disk tools. Disk backup and recovery enables Windows backup, disk backup, and partition backup to protect sensitive data while disk cloning grants users Windows migration as well as the ability to clone the user's disk and partition. Disk tools enable users to create a bootable disk, or the option for a clean disk wipe or disk recovery.

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    "The problems that many computer enthusiasts encounter when upgrading their machines is the amount of time spent reloading Windows and transferring computer data, or the risk of losing important data during the process. Mushkin's new SSD and Hard Disk Drive Toolkit helps our users directly load all their information into their new drives quickly and easily," said Nicolas Villalobos, the Director of Global Marketing at Mushkin Inc.

    Beyond the tools needed for system and data transfer, the SSD and Hard Disk Drive Toolkit is bundled with benchmark tools to enable easy upgrading ability for optimal performance.

    "We want to create the ultimate toolkit. The SSD and Hard Drive Toolkit will be a fantastic staple for anyone who tweaks and upgrades his or her machine." said Nicolas Villalobos.

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