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Iomega ships redesigned Mini USB 2.0 Drive

updated 03:15 pm EST, Thu January 29, 2004

Iomega Mini USB 2.0 Drive

Iomega today began shipping its new . The new drive features USB 2.0 connectivity for faster file transfers as well as new design. The compact flash drive is wrapped in a sleek, silver package that is "both functional and striking. The redesigned drive cap now locks in place, with a swing arm, for added security. The drive itself includes a mini-window that lets users customize their drive with a photo or label." Like all Iomega USB Drives, the Iomega Mini USB 2.0 Drive operates without cables, adaptors, power supply, or drivers. The 128MB ($70) and the 256MB ($110) are now available, while the 512MB version is due in mid-February for $200.




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