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Iomega announces new mini Hard Drive
Dennis Hissink : November 18th 2004 - 05:10 CET
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IomegaIomega Corporation, a global leader in data storage, announced a slick little external hard drive in 20GB and 40GB capacities that is small enough for the shirt pocket and weighs just 3.5 ounces. The new Iomega USB 2.0 Mini Hard Drive is the first Iomega hard drive to receive 100 percent of its power from a standard USB data port, allowing mobile professionals to travel lighter and still have plenty of storage capacity for all their important files. "The Iomega Mini Hard Drive is host-powered, small, and weighs next to nothing, so it is a great choice for mobile professionals and students," said Brad Nelson, general manager, consumer products, Iomega Corporation.
Iomega announces new mini Hard Drive"Using a Mini Hard Drive is extremely simple: just connect it to your computer's USB port and you're ready to take your files anywhere. Other external hard drives require an external power source, tethering you to the nearest available AC wall outlet. The Iomega Mini Hard Drive gives the user more freedom and flexibility. You won't find a simpler product on the market."

Key Features and Benefits
Because the Iomega Mini Hard Drive is based on 1.8-inch hard disk technology, it is smaller and more energy-efficient than most other portable drives. The 4200-rpm drive has a rugged aluminum enclosure and features a USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed USB) interface for plug-and-play simplicity with any compatible Windows or Macintosh computer (see below). A blue drive light signals disk activity, and an on/off switch allows laptop users to power down the device without disconnecting it.

Each drive comes with a sleek leather travel case, USB cable, and software CD, including MusicMatch Jukebox music management software (PC and Mac) and Adobe Photoshop Album SE (PC) for digital photos.

Compatibility
The Iomega Mini Hard Drive requires a Pentium processor or higher with Microsoft Windows Me/2000/2000 Pro/ XP Home or Professional; MAC G4 or G3 (blue and white G3 only) or iMac computer with built-in USB connection and Mac OS 9.0 or above.

Price and Availability
The Iomega Mini Hard Drive is now available in two capacities, 20GB ($179) and 40GB ($279). All prices are U.S. suggested retail.

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