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Nic Rossmüller : November 12th 2006 - 22:42 CET

I/OMagic GigaBank 500GB hard drive


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I/O MagicI/OMagic GigaBank 500GB hard drive : I/OMagic Corporation announced the launch of the latest product in its a line of new 3.5” external hard disk drives, the GigaBank 500GB. Highlights of this sleek new drive are that it holds a vast amount of personal computer data; it easily connects to a personal computer via a USB connection and comes in an attractive steel grey, oval aluminum enclosure. The Company is shipping the GigaBank 500GB to select retailers across North America with an introductory MSRP of $279.99. “Trends in consumer electronics indicate a high demand for storage products that easily expand a personal computers’ storage capacity,” said Tony Shahbaz, president and CEO of I/OMagic Corporation.
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“This versatile GigaBank 500GB is an affordably priced hard drive that provides users with a huge amount of capacity for storing personal data, as well as music, photos or video clips.” The GigaBank 500GB easily connects to desktops or notebook personal computers (PCs) or a MAC, with a high-speed USB connection for optimal performance. The drive comes with a power adapter and a USB 2.0 cable to connect the high-speed USB 2.0 port of a computer for a fast maximum transfer rate of up to 480MB per second; the GigaBank 500GB also works with USB 1.1 ports but at slower speeds. I/OMagic’s GigaBank 500GB 3.5” external hard disk drive has a one-year warranty.

About I/OMagic
I/OMagic is a leading provider of data storage products (such as CD-RW and DVD+/-RW drives, USB Portable Storage Devices, external USB hard drives and floppy drives, including its MediaStation, DataStation, Data To Go and GigaBank products). The Company sells products under three brand names, I/OMagic, Hi-Val and Digital Research Technologies, through nationally-recognized computer, consumer electronics and office supply superstores.





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