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Friday, October 21, 2005
New Iomega Portable Hard Drive Features 120 Gigabytes of Storage

Iomega expands itshard drive product lineup with a 120GB model of the Iomega Portable Hard Drive.

The slim high-capacity device is also available in capacities of 40GB, 60GB, 80GB and 100GB. Designed for mobile professionals, the USB-powered 120GB Portable Hard Drive requires no external power supply and offers plug-and-play ease of use.

Iomega's new 120GB model, like the rest of its Portable Hard Drive lineup, has a sleek and compact form factor that is smaller than most PDAs and weighs a mere 5.76 ounces (163 grams).

The 4200-rpm drive has a rugged aluminum enclosure. 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 USB cable, supplementary power cord, and software suite CD that includes Iomega Automatic Backup (Mac), Iomega Automatic Backup Pro (PC), MUSICMATCH Jukebox music management software (PC and Mac) and Adobe?Photoshop Album SE (PC) for digital photos.

The Iomega Portable Hard Drive is compatible with Microsoft Windows Me/2000/2000 Pro/ XP Home or Professional, and with USB-equipped Macintosh computers running Mac OS 8.6 or above with Mac OS USB 1.3.3 or above (includes blue and white G3, G4, iMac, and all versions of Mac OS X).

The product is now available for $279.95 at and other online retail sites, select retail locations and through the distribution and catalog channels. Other drive capacities available include 40GB ($119.95), 60GB ($149.95), 80GB ($179.95), and 100GB ($249.95).

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