[access-uk] Re: view on ext hard drive?

Hi Ali, I'm not an expert but this sounds like a good deal! I feel now that 
the external I got; not long time ago was a rip off! But that's another 
story *G* Did you get that offer off the Iomega website?

Best,

Amro
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ali & Dudu" <alpot@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "access" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, October 16, 2004 8:00 PM
Subject: [access-uk] view on ext hard drive?


> Hi,
> I just wish to know what people think about the following please, I would 
> be
> grateful for any comments given.
> thanks
> Ali
>
> Iomega HDD External Desktop Hard Drive - Hard drive - 160 GB - external -
> Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB - 7200 rpm
>
> Iomega HDD External Desktop Hard Drive - Hard drive - 160 GB - external -
> Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB - 7200 rpm
>
> manufacturer: Iomega
> manufacturer part number: 33080
>
> £98.99 inc VAT
>
> Description
>
> Save more of your important data with Iomega HDD Desktop Hard Drives! 5, 
> 920
> hours of your favorite music, 240 hours of digital video from your 
> vacation,
> or 640, 000 photos of the company party. The Iomega HDD 160GB desktop hard
> drive is a high-capacity data protection and storage solution that also
> doubles
> as a disaster recovery solution. At 7200 RPM, this external hard drive is
> fast and functional; you can run applications directly from it enabling 
> you
> to
> take the whole application with you to use on different computers. The 
> 160GB
> drive is both USB 2.0 and 1.1 compatible and includes Iomega Automatic
> Backup
> and Symantec Norton Ghost disaster recovery software - so you can 
> designate
> certain files to be backed up, or recover your entire system if your
> computer's
> hard drive crashes. Add data storage - and protection - to your life with
> Iomega HDD.
>
> Product Description
>
> Iomega HDD External Desktop Hard Drive - hard drive - 160 GB - Hi-Speed 
> USB
>
> Type
>
> Hard drive - external
>
> Capacity
>
> 160 GB
>
> Interface Type
>
> Hi-Speed USB
>
>
> connector
>
> 4 pin USB
>
> Data Transfer Rate
>
> 480 Mbps
>
>
> Average Seek Time
>
> 9 ms
>
>
> spindle Speed
>
> 7200 rpm
>
> OS Required
>
> Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional , Apple MacOS 
> 8.6
> or later, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP
> Professional,
> Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition / Windows ME
>
>
> Manufacturer Warranty
>
> 2 years warranty
>
> extended Specification
>
> General
>
> Device Type
>
> Hard drive - external
>
>
> compatibility
>
> PC, Mac
>
>  Hard Drive
>
>  capacity
>
> 160 GB
>
>  Interface Type
>
> Hi-Speed USB
>
> connector
>
> 4 pin USB
>
> performance
>
>  Interface Transfer Rate
> 480 Mbps
>
>
> Max Data Transfer Rate
>
> 25 MB/s
>
> Seek Time
>
> 9 ms (average)
> Spindle Speed
>
> 7200 rpm
>
> expansion / Connectivity
>
>  Interfaces
> 1 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 PIN USB Type A
>
> Miscellaneous
> cables Included
>
> 1 x USB cable
>  Compliant Standards
>
> Plug and Play
>  Power
>
> Power Device
> Power adapter
> Software / System Requirements
>
> Software Included
>
> Norton Ghost, Iomega Automatic Backup
>
> OS Required
>
> Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional , Apple MacOS 
> 8.6
> or later, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP
> Professional,
> Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition / Windows ME
>
> System Requirements Details
>
> MacOS 8.6 or later - PowerPC G3
> Windows 98SE/2000 Pro/ME/XP Home/XP Pro - Pentium - 300 MHz ( Hi-Speed 
> USB )
> Windows 98 - Pentium - 300 MHz ( USB )
>
> Manufacturer Warranty
>
>
> Service & Support
> 2 years warranty
> Service & Support Details
>
> Limited warranty - 2 years
>
>
>
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