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Iomega Mac Companion Hard Drive

Posted in Mac by Conner Flynn on August 3rd, 2011

Iomega has released the new Mac Companion Hard Drive, which is available in 2TB or 3TB storage capacities. It features a 2.1 Amp USB charging port designed specifically for charging your iPad, iPhone, or iPod and uses a fast 7200 RPM 3.5-inch hard drive formatted HFS+ for compatibility with Mac computers right out of the box.

The device fits perfectly on the base of your Apple iMac or your monitor. It also boasts two FireWire 800 ports, one USB 2.0 port, and a two-port integrated USB 2.0 hub that lets you connect multiple devices. The 2TB model is priced at $195. The 3TB model is $295.

Iomega launches External USB 3.0 SSD drive

Posted in Iomega by Conner Flynn on October 15th, 2010

Iomega just announced an external USB 3.0 SSD (Solid state Drive) aimed at professionals and those who need lots of storage. This 1.8″ storage device is encased in aluminum and since it is solid state storage is shock resistant. It’s available in 64GB ($229), 128GB ($399) or 256GB ($749).

The Iomega External USB 3.0 SSD has built-in encryption with no software to install, but it comes with other software included like: v.Clone, al PC cloning system, QuikProtect, a Backup software, and Retrospect, another backup software for Mac and PC.

Iomega offers USB 3.0 drives at USB 2.0 prices

Posted in Iomega by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2010

Iomega has already started its transition to USB 3.0 hard drives, and now it’s announced plans to keep all its USB 3.0 hard drives at USB 2.0 prices. Great news for our wallets. The eGo line of portable hard drives will be available this October in 500GB and 1TB capacities.

Each will include Iomega’s Drop Guard Xtreme to protect against drops up to seven feet. These will be followed by Iomega’s Prestige line of portable hard drives, which will go USB 3.0 in the first quarter of 2011.

Iomega unveils USB 3.0 external HDDs

Posted in Iomega by Shane McGlaun on June 3rd, 2010

External storage solutions are a big deal and USB 3.0 made them much more usable for those with lots of data they want to back up. The extra bandwidth makes a backup with multiple gigabytes of data much faster.

Iomega has announced a couple new external storage solutions that use the USB 3.0 port. The first of the new solution is the eGo Portable Hard Drive USB 3.0. The device has 10x the speed of a USB 2.0 HDD and is compatible with USB 2.0 ports as well. The device has 500GB of storage and sells for $129.99.

Iomega unveils new StorCenter ix2-200

Posted in Iomega by Shane McGlaun on October 12th, 2009

iomegastorcenterix2-sbIomega has a full line of network attached storage products that it offers. The company has recently added a new version to its line called the StorCenter ix2-200 with dual removable drive bays. The device is aimed at the home office and small office user.

Iomega offers the device in 2TB capacity right now for $369.99. A 4TB version is coming soon at $699.99 and a 1TB edition is available now for $269.99. All versions have the same compact form factor designed to sit on your desk without taking up much space.

Iomega unveils quad drive NAS appliance

Posted in Iomega by Shane McGlaun on August 28th, 2009

iomegastorcenter-sbA few years ago the need for network storage really only existed in the business world. Today businesses still need network storage, but many consumers also need network storage devices to hold the glut of digital files the average consumer has today.

Iomega has announced a new high-performance four bay NAS enclosure called the StorCenter ix4-200d. The device is based on the EMS storage technology and offers users up to 8TB of storage space. The device features multiple RAID configurations, remote access and management, and IP security camera support.

Iomega eGo drive

Posted in Iomega by Conner Flynn on May 18th, 2009

Iomega eGo driveIomega has added a few models to its eGo line of portable hard drives. The 250GB and 500GB versions will retail for $85 and $135. Each of these new Iomega eGo drives will be powered by a single USB port and comes in red, silver, blue and black colors.

You know, if the usual white and black of gadget colors has you wanting some change. Aside from that, there’s not a whole lot to see here.

Iomega DVR expander turns Pace cable boxes into DVRs

Posted in Iomega by Shane McGlaun on February 27th, 2009

Iomega DVR ExpanderLast summer Iomega unveiled a product providing what many DVR owners find themselves needing much sooner than they thought — more storage space. The Iomega DVR Extender is an external 500GB hard drive that connects to DVRs via eSATA.

Iomega announced today that users of Pace set-top cable boxes can now use the DVR Expander to add up to 300 hours of storage for standard def programs and up to 60 hours of HD content. The most interesting part of the announcement is that if users have Pace boxes that lack a hard drive, the DVR Expander will turn them into full featured DVRs.

Iomega adds 2TB and 4TB network storage devices to lineup

Posted in Iomega by Shane McGlaun on February 6th, 2009

Iomega ix4-100When it comes to providing storage for multiple computers on a network in an office or home, the easiest way to do that is with a network storage device. These devices connect directly to a network and offer external storage for any computer on the network.

Iomega has announced a pair of new network storage devices in different capacities called the StorCenter Pro ix4-100. The ix4-100 comes in either 2TB or 4TB capacity and both versions use four internal hard drives that are hot swappable.

Iomega eGo BlackBelt portable hard drive review

Posted in Review by Darrin Olson on January 26th, 2009

Iomega eGo BlackBelt portable hard driveIomega kicked out a couple of new portable hard drives last month, one of which being the rugged 250GB eGo BlackBelt that we’re taking a look at today. The most stand-out feature we found in the BlackBelt was its Drop Guard Xtreme, allowing the portable drive to take a hit to the pavement from as much as 7 feet in the air and keep on ticking.

This ability to take a long drop is largely due to the black rubber “belt” that envelopes the drive (mostly the corners) protecting it from all angles of impact. The rubber belt is not adhered to the drive so it can be removed if you would like, and your left with a smooth, flat-black flask-shaped chasis that’s maybe a little to big for a pants pocket but will easily fit into the pocket of a jacket.

Iomega Debuts New Media Hard Drive Hub

Posted in External Hard Drives by Nino Marchetti on January 5th, 2009

Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive
Iomega is taking the tradeshow road this week to unveil a new network storage solution for media files being showcased in the living room. It is called the Home Media Network Hard Drive and pricing starts around $160.

The Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive, available in 500GB and 1TB storage sizes, is designed to act as both backup server and also media hub. It supports iTunes and Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) and Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified devices, allowing it to save, store and stream audio, video and photos to a wide array of home consumer electronics.

Iomega eGo Helium USB drive for MacBook Air geeks

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on September 17th, 2008

Iomega eGo HeliumIt’s just not cool to drop lots of cash on a svelte notebook like the MacBook Air and then have to pair it with an ugly, fat, and plain external hard drive that is just too ugly to be associated with a MacBook Air. The good news for you is that Iomega has a new hard drive that is the perfect Air external drive.

The USB 2.0 hard drive is called the Iomega eGo Helium Portable Hard Drive. The drive is encased in aluminum, the same shiny hue as the Air, and shares the Air’s thin profile. The Helium is a mere 16mm thick and weighs only 7 ounces. Inside the thin case is a 2.5-inch 320GB hard drive.

Iomega device bridges USB, home entertainment gap

Posted in Media Players by Nino Marchetti on August 9th, 2008

Iomega ScreenPlay TV Link

Iomega recently popped out a new multimedia device which lets you play media files through attached USB storage media. It is called the Iomega ScreenPlay TV Link and you’ll find it pricing around $100.

The Iomega ScreenPlay TV Link, unlike most other Iomega products, lacks any internal storage of its own. It rather acts as a device bridge between your home entertainment equipment and USB storage media containing compatible digital music, photos and videos. It offers a USB port for attaching compatible storage devices as well as A/V connection options like HDMI and composite.

Iomega enters DVR expanded storage space

Posted in External Hard Drives by Nino Marchetti on June 10th, 2008

Iomega DVR Expander DriveIomega is getting into the DVR storage expansion business with today’s unveiling of a new external eSATA-compatible hard drive. The model is called the Iomega DVR Expander Drive and pricing is set around $200.

The Iomega DVR Expander Drive brings 500GB of additional storage to the DVR, which Iomega says increases storage capacity “by as much as 300 hours of standard-definition TV or 60 hours of high-definition TV.” It is currently certified compatible with an eSATA-enabled Scientific Atlanta DVR when connected to the eSATA port on the back panel of the DVR.

Iomega upgrades eGo hard drives to 1TB

Posted in External Hard Drives by Nino Marchetti on May 29th, 2008

Iomega eGo 1TBIomega announced today a 1TB upgrade to its line of eGo portable hard drives. This larger storage capacity drive prices at around $270.

These new 1TB “Super eGo” external hard drives are 3.5-inch drives which store up to 4 million photos, 18,500 hours of music or 1,500 hours of video. Three color options are available and USB 2.0 is the interface for data transfers to other computers.

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