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MiniMax for Mac Mini
Wednesday November 30, 2005 9:58 AM EST

Iomega today announced the MiniMax USB 2.0/FireWire desktop hard drive is available in the United States. The MiniMax has been available in Europe since early August. The MiniMax is just 6.5 inches square and 2 inches tall and easily stacks with the Apple Mac Mini. The MiniMax Drive is a practical upgrade to the internal 40GB or 80GB native capacity of the Mac mini, delivering up to 250GB in storage capacity along with a 3-port Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) hub and 3-port FireWire hub. A smart power switch allows the drive to power up and down in concert with the Mac Mini, and a specially designed active/passive cooling system keeps the desktop virtually noiseless.

"Iomega's new MiniMax Drive answers the need for style and functionality that Mac Mini users need today," said Brian Still, Manager of Product and Channel Marketing, Iomega Corporation. "The MiniMax Drive delivers an upgrade in capacity and the additional FireWire and USB hubs that Mac users need to utilize an array of peripherals, and it complements the features of the Mac Mini without drawing attention to itself, making a great computer even better for organizing and protecting digital movies, photography and music."

The MiniMax is now shipping in a 160GB capacity model for $199.95 and 250GB capacity model for $249.95.

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