Iomega offers 1.8-inch extrenal USB 3.0 SSD flash drives

Iomega announced a pocket-sized external SSD Flash Drives, that feature USB 3.0 interface and built-in encryption.

The new 1.8-inch SSD drive has rugged metal enclosure, which offers protection from drops up to 10 feet. It utilizes the USB connection for both, power and data transfer, according Iomega allows write speeds up to twice as fast as 7200 RPM SATA hard drives, thanks to it USB 3.0 interface and also comes with built-in 256-bit hardware encryption, anti-virus and backup software.

Iomega External SSD USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Iomega’s new pocket-sized external USB 3.0 SSD Flash drives is backed by a three-year warranty and will be available in early November in 64GB for $229.00, 128GB for $399.00, and 256GB for $749.00.

Iomega External SSD USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Iomega External SSD USB 3.0 Flash Drive

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