Iomega Mac Companion Hard Drive
One of the best and defining features of the iMac is the all-in-one design, which has looked great every year since the original model’s introduction, and helps keep your desk free of clutter. Iomega’s new Mac Companion Hard Drive ($240-$370) continues the clutter-free theme. Available in either 2TB or 2TB capacities, it fits right on the iMac’s or Thunderbolt Display’s base, adding storage capacity and three USB ports to your computer. Smart, right?
Mac Companion connects to your computer with either FireWire 800 or USB 2.0—both cables, as well as a FireWire 400 to 800 cable, are included in the box. On the back is a two USB port hub; a third port on the right side supports 2.1A charging, which makes it perfect for juicing up an iPad. In case anything goes wrong, the company includes a three year limited warranty. It’s simple, clean, and full of value.
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