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Iomega Announces New Power Pro Desktop Hard Drive

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    Iomega's new Power Pro Desktop Hard Drive, offers 2TB of space powered by four hot-swappable SATA hard drives with hardware-based RAID security features, giving users a cost-effective but powerful storage solution for the large data and image files created in today's business environment. The new Iomega Power Pro Desktop Hard Drive is Windows and Mac compatible, including the new Windows Vista operating system. The Power Pro has versatile performance with a choice of computer connections: FireWire 800/400 and USB 2.0. RAID security options on the Power Pro Desktop Hard Drive include RAID 0/0+1/5 and RAID 5+ configurations. The Power Pro's four 500GB SATA drives are arrayed in a stylish tower, with each drive secured in a bay that can be locked. For ease-of-use and maintenance, the new Iomega Power Pro Desktop Hard Drive has an LCD panel that displays the current status for RAID level and available storage capacity, as well as fan and temperature condition. The Iomega Power Pro Desktop Hard Drive is expected to be available worldwide on April 10 for $1,699.95.

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    ... its sorta um.. expensive. I could get 2x500GB SATA for almost a quater of that price.
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    Holy crap, thats one expensive hard drive.

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