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The Iomega UltraMax Plus is an external hard drive offered by Iomega which features various connectivity options.

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Pros

integrates just about every external connection - USB, FireWire and eSATA

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runs quiet - good for use in a home theater environment

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comes pre-formatted for Macs - compatible with Time Machine out of the box

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sleek aesthetic - closely matches the Mac Pro design

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Raid-0 by default - fast writes and reads

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Cons

short manufacturer warranty - only 1 year

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lacks an internal power supply - comes with a 'brick' power cord

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not actually 4 TB - 3.64GB when formatted

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The Iomega UltraMax Plus is an external hard drive offered by Iomega which features various connectivity options and is available with a 1 TB or 2 TB capacity. This hard drive adds secure, high-capacity storage to your computer system with a sleek compact design that compliments the Mac G5. It includes RAID 0 for higher throughput, RAID 1 for data security and is HFS+ formatted. Ther are also three USB ports, one FireWire 400 and two FireWire 800 ports which deliver transfer rates up to 800Mbits/sec and can be connected to any computer with USB 2.0, eSATA or FireWire 400/800. The Duo-Link feature allows it to be connected with USB and eSATA using a single connector and achieving the best performance for a PC. The Iomega UltraMax Plus includes EMC Retrospect and MozyHome online backup software to secure your data.

Specifications
  • Capacity: 1 or 2 TB
  • Formatted HFS+
  • Compatible with PC and Mac
  • 8MB Cache Buffer or greater
  • Available connections (depends on model selected):
    • One eSATA Port
    • Three USB 2.0 Ports
    • Two 1394a (FireWire 400) Ports
    • One 1394b (FireWire 800) Port
  • Includes EMC Retrospect and MozyHome Online backup software
  • One-year limited warranty
Post Review
Robert
07/24/2011 08:25

There is no usb connection on the drive.
How do I connect my macbook air with only usb ports

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