Iomega Announces Two New Network Storage Devices

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Iomega announced its two latest network storage devices, both of which give users the ability to share files both locally and through the cloud using Iomega Personal Cloud. The StorCenter px2-300d is a double-drive desktop network storage device, which features an Intel Atom processor and can be configured as disk-less or with up to 6TB of storage on a Server Class drive.

Also included in the StorCenter px2-300d is McAfee VirusScan, which can automatically scan and clean the storage device of potential threats. The Iomega StorCenter ix4-300d can either be diskless or have up to 12TB of storage using EMC storage technology.

Iomega StorCenter px2-300d

Iomega StorCenter ix4-300d

The Iomega StorCenter px2-300d is now shipping worldwide, starting at $499.99 for the diskless model, $699.99 for the 2TB model, $949.99 for the 8TB model, and $1,299.99 for the 12TB model. The Iomega StorCenter ix4-300d diskless model is now available worldwide as well, and retails for $599.99. Storage capacities of 4T, 8TB, and 12TB will be available soon and will retail for $749.99, $949.99, and $1,299.99 respectively. 



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