USB 3.0 SSD from Iomega-high performance at a high price

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Iomega Corporation has released a new series of portable solid-state drives, Iomega External SSD Flash Drive that supports USB data transmission standard.Introduce the promise to please customers high performance, enhanced chassis.

On the other hand, the cost of the new SSD is unlikely anyone will: a version with a storage capacity of 64 GB will have to pay $ 229 and models with capacity of 128 and 256 GB will cost consumers $ 749 at 399, respectively.

Of course, this is significantly more expensive than regular external hard drive, but you shouldn't forget that regular external hard drive will likely not survive a fall from a height.In addition, Iomega claims that the performance of its solid-state novelties double the figures hard drive with 7200 RPM revolutions per minute and USB 3.0.

Possible, potential buyers are interested in the fact that the drives will go on sale with pre-installed software, including applications such as:

• v. Clone (creates an up-to-date copy of the production environment),
• Roxio Retrospect Express (provides flexible backup to protect your most important files and system full),
• Business (solutions for online data backup)
• QuikProtect (own ON Iomega to automatically copy files between client computers and devices).

In addition, External SSD Flash Drive USB 3.0 's will receive a 12-month subscription to the services of Trend Micro.Whether this is sufficient to justify the high cost of new drives?To verify this will appear in November – it was then that the new products will be on sale.