Proof Finder: For $100 a year, attorneys can investigate up to 15 gigabytes of data (about the size of three to six people's email accounts combined) in an unlimited number of cases. Users can search for keywords and even near-duplicate data, and they can search large sets of unstructured data in a format resembling Microsoft Outlook. Intella: Attorneys can pay $895 to examine 10GB of data, $2,995 for 100GB, or $4,500 for 250GB in any number of cases; identifies duplicates and indexes, filters, and tags data in emails and other files. Digital WarRoom: Starting at $895 per user, it lets attorneys analyze documents and automatically remove junk files and duplicates in an unlimited amount of cases or files. Lexbe eDiscovery Platform and Nextpoint: Both of these cloud-based platforms include many of the features of bigger services, and they can be used on mobile devices, including tablets. Lexbe charges $22 per gigabyte monthly. Nextpoint costs $295 per month per case for unlimited users and data storage.