Iomega Mac Companion external HDD charges your iPhone and iPad

Iomega has introduced Mac Companion Hard Drive which along with additional storage space, offers and convenient high-powered port, allowing you to charge your iPad, iPhone and iPod.

The Mac Companion external HDD features black and silver design to match the latest Mac computers and includes a 3.5-inch drive spinning at 7200 RPM. It is equipped with two FireWire 800 ports, one USB 2.0 port and a two port integrated USB 2.0 hub that lets you connect multiple devices such as a printer or other external storage device. It also has a LED  indicator that will inform you about the total capacity and usage. The drive comes in 2TB and 3TB models for $239.99 and $369.99, respectively, along with  Iomega Protection Suite which includes Iomega QuikProtect for simple scheduled file-level backup, MozyHome – 2GB of cloud space, and 12-month subscription of Trend Smart Surfing allowing users to shop, bank and surf online while staying safe from attacks to your identity and confidential information.

Iomega Mac Companion external HDD

Iomega Mac Companion external HDD

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