DeepSpar's RapidSpar recovers data loss from SSDs and HDDs

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  • Published on Jan 7, 2016
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Comments • 2

  • RapidSpar
    RapidSpar 3 years ago

    Thank you for stopping by

    • Rand Name
      Rand Name Year ago

      How is RapidSpar justified? It may not require extra Data Recovery learning and have a somewhat higher success rate, but unless you're running a data recovery business the amount of incidents where Data Recovery is 100% needed or wanted enough to be paid for (another factor) is quite minimal. When I look at RapidSpar, I see something that is telling me: "RapidSpar potentially has a 50~75% higher success rate than using an external device and D.R. Software. RapidSpar also costs ~$1800 more.".
      Those companies that could actually need a device "worth" $2,000 would probably pick something a bit more technical and better overall, along with some lessons on proper data recovery. To me this feels like *maybe* an $800 product. The extremely small warranty and limited cloud availability put it more towards $300~400 territory, because of how unreliable it potentially could be longevity-wise.