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Sharky Extreme : News From Inside The Industry November 11, 2007


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    November 11, 2005

    If a USB flash drive can't hold all the files and documents you need, Iomega Corp. offers more storage with no more size. The new Iomega Micro Mini Hard Drive is available with 4GB or 8GB of capacity, but weighs less than 1.8 ounces and has a smaller footprint than a credit card -- 2.0 by 2.8 by 0.6 inches. Along with 2MB of cache, the 4,200-rpm hard disk has a fold-away USB 2.0 connector that draws power from the host PC, so no AC adapter is necessary. Drop-shock technology helps protect the Micro Mini from careless handling.

    Supplied Windows software includes Automatic Backup Pro for either real-time or scheduled backup and data recovery with AES file encryption, file-size compression, and the ability to save multiple file revisions, plus the MusicMatch Jukebox MP3 manager and Adobe Photoshop Album SE. The 4GB and 8GB drives are available now for $130 and $170, respectively.

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