The Paid Cloning Software was the shock of this article. The only way I’d see that as being useful would be IF I could use it to ‘shrink’ a Larger-Capacity Master Drive onto the Smaller SSD Target drive, and do it correctly (ie, take a 500Gb HDD with 150Gb of files on it, and Shrink those sectors onto a 256Gb SSD, placing all boot sectors and licensing-ID sectors correctly).
Otherwise, just about every drive maker has their own “clone to same or larger capacity drive” for free downloading, and Macrium Reflect is a free alternative, regardless of brand-name.
Yeah, Deb, I guess “If Corsair can make millions, have at it-!” Otherwise, uh, I hope they’re not staffing those offices full of folks waiting for those $24.95 orders to roll in. And I hope those aren’t Bangladeshi offices, anyway. (Maybe those gov’ts should simply require builders, designers and contractors to live in every building they complete for the first 10 years.)