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42. Iomega 10918 Zip 250 MB Parallel
$156.99 $139.99 list()
43. Iomega Mini 1 GB USB 2.0 Drive
$36.99 $34.88 list()
$151.99 $139.88 list()
45. IOMEGA 120GB USB ( 33074 )
$340.99 $337.95 list()
46. IOMEGA 250GB EXTERNAL ( 33088
$166.99 $159.88 list()
47. IOMEGA Mini Hard Drive 20GB Hi-Speed
48. Iomega 32433 External 20 GB Hard
$193.99 list($199.99)
$34.99 list()
50. Automatic Backup CD Singlelicense
$89.95 list($179.95)
51. Iomega External USB 2.0 52x24x52
$149.99 list($349.95)
52. Iomega 13047 Jaz 2GB Portable
53. Iomega 31191 Jaz 2 GB External
$149.00 list($129.99)
54. Iomega 31308 FotoShow Digital
55. Iomega 48x24x48 External USB 2.0
56. Iomega 32214 Predator External
58. Iomega 10919 Zip 100 Drive(Parallel
59. Iomega 31197 Zip 100 Portable
$28.99 $19.98 list()
60. Iomega 32967 64MB Micro Mini Drive-


Asin: B0003009JE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
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42. Iomega 10918 Zip 250 MB Parallel Port

Asin: B0000300QQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 10956
Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars
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Remember when floppy drives ruled the land of backup storage? With hard drives becoming ever more cavernous and file sizes becoming more bloated each year, it's a wonder those atrociously slow floppy drives still come standard on every computer. Maybe it's time you moved up to something faster, better, and more capacious. A Zip 100, you say? Maybe last year. But why bother with that when you can get a Zip 250?

As you likely have gathered from the name, Iomega's Zip 250 uses 250 MB disks for incremental data backup. Since the media is removable, you can buy new disks when you need more storage instead of buying an entirely new drive. The 250 MB capacity is a much more reasonable standard for shuttling around files than the 1.44 MB diskettes used by a typical floppy drive.

You might be worried about purchasing a drive that uses a parallel interface, as that's the port most printers occupy. Iomega thoughtfully has designed the Zip 250 with a pass-through port, meaning you can attach the drive to the PC and then attach a printer to the Zip drive. It worked flawlessly in our tests. The drive comes with both an AC adapter and a parallel cable, along with one 250 MB Zip disk--everything you need to get started.

Zip drives always have been designed well, and the Zip 250 is exceptional in this regard. There's a well on the side for the power plug so it doesn't protrude from the jack. This makes it possible to stand the drive on its side if it's taking up too much space lying flat.

Zip products have been around long enough that the software for them has had plenty of time to mature. The included CD-ROMs contain useful tools like Copy Machine, which lets you copy a Zip disk using a single Zip drive, and a one-step backup/restore utility, which easily backs up files from your hard drive. We also liked the included Norton Zip Rescue Disaster Recovery software, which lets you make a working backup copy of your Windows installation so you can easily restore it if the system goes bad. It works much better than the Startup Disk utility included with Windows 95 and Windows 98.

The main drawback to the parallel-port Zip 250 is its abysmal transfer rate. Peaking at 0.8 MB per second, we're talking at least five minutes for a 250 MB transfer. That's under perfect circumstances, and we all know how often computer users encounter perfect circumstances. Regardless, it's better than the 1.44 MB floppy drive it replaces, and most users won't need to transfer more than a few megabytes worth of data at a time. --T. Byrl Baker


  • Backward compatible
  • Smart design
  • Excellent software
  • Shares parallel port with printer


  • Slow transfer rates
  • Compatible only with Windows PCs
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  • 250 MB version of classic parallel-port Zip drive
  • 0.8 MBps maximum sustained transfer rate
  • 4 milliseconds minimum seek time
  • Detaches easily and goes where you go
  • IomegaWare CD-ROM includes all the Iomega software you need to operate your drive

Reviews (15)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for backup
What is good about this zip drive is that it is very easy to install, and requires basically no configuration, just plug in, and install the software. The one thing I don't like about it is it sometimes freezes up your computer while you are backing up files. I mean you don't have to restart the computer or anything, you just can't do anything else for a couple minutes. Sometimes that can be a pain. All in all though, its still a good product.

3-0 out of 5 stars Parallel is so yesterday...
I loved the Zip 100 back a year or so ago but its now the age of USB! Having to shut down your machine, connect the drive and turn it on for this device is annoying when you move it around alot. You will also have driver problems on older computers so go internal or USB when possible.

4-0 out of 5 stars Does a really fine job!
I've now owned my 250 parallel port zip drive for over three years and could not manage without it. Yes it might not be as fast as some of the newer models but its the over all storage that I am please with. I use both the 100 and 250 zip disks and store a fair amount of data and photos. This machine has never let me down and I am very pleased with it! I now use it on my Windows XP without a problem although it was in the market place before XP was around. Good overall quality!!

1-0 out of 5 stars The Iomega drive engineers need a dope-slap
My Zip 100 suffered from the "Click of Death" and I lost about five disks and the whole drive before I learned on the Internet about this well-known problem.

I gave Iomega my email address when I registered my drive but they didn't tell me that using their well-documented defective drives ruins the disk with loss of all data.

But, I had to get my data off, so I bought a Zip 250 and today I had the Click of Death again with total loss of data and a ruined expensive disk. Arrggh!

Needless to say, I would NEVER recommend a Zip drive and I am planning on forever boycotting Iomega.

And, if you happen to run into a Zip drive engineer who designed this turkey, please give him or her a (gentle) dope slap for me.

Who at Iomega thought this piece of engineering garbage was suitable for valuable data?

(If you are tempted to by a Zip, anyway, search for "Click of Death" ...before buying a Zip drive. I wonder how many countless gigabytes of data have been lost?)

1-0 out of 5 stars Sloow
Do yourself a favor, set up any back-up(s) just before you go to bed. Backing up on any Iomega external device is the equivalent of watching paint dry. You can however use that time to see if you're one of the lucky few that can get decent tech support from Iomega. ... Read more

43. Iomega Mini 1 GB USB 2.0 Drive (33002)

our price: $156.99
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Asin: B0002A9SS8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega Bernoulli Exclusive
Sales Rank: 14069
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • No adapters, cables, power supply or batteries required
  • High speed USB 2.0 transfer rates
  • Active Disk Powered to take software applications on the go
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • Windows 98, 98SE, 2000, Me, XP; Mac 8.6 or OS 9.0 and above; Linux 2.4.1

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars there are HORROR stories about OTHER "products" from Iomega
Iomega Mini 1GB USB 2.0 Drive
SKU 33002

Self-powered - no installation software required!
It may be as small as a car key,
but the mobile, easy-to-use and secure
Iomega Mini 1GB USB 2.0 drive
makes transporting and sharing data
faster and easier than ever before.
Simply plug it into any computer's USB port in order to
take your presentations, graphics, photos, music and videos anywhere you go.
Because Iomega Mini drives use a computer's USB port to connect,
you can use them on virtually any computer in the world
and have instant access to your data.
Plus, Active Disk technology allows Active Disk-Powered software
applications to conveniently launch and run directly from your Iomega Mini 1GB USB 2.0 drive.

Personalize it.
Now you can personalize your Iomega Mini drive
by putting a picture or design
into the Mini window on the drive.

How Can I...
Take my productivity applications suite everywhere I go?
You can download OpenOffice.org1.1.0, Active Disk software onto
your Iomega Mini USB 2.0 drive for FREE, so your
presentations, business spreadsheets, drawings and word
processing applications go with you and run from
your Iomega device--
whether that computer has your applications installed, or not.
OpenOffice.org1.1.0 will also read and save your Microsoft Office documents as well.
Off-site productivity just got easier.

Share my files, or my Mini USB drive itself?
The Iomega Mini USB 2.0 drive was designed specifically for portability and ease of file sharing.
USB ports are fairly universal on all computers now,
making the Mini USB 2.0
a very compatible, portable and versatile storage option.
So you can take your files anywhere,
without your bringing your laptop.
And if you need to hand over certain files to another user but
don't want them to see everything you've stored on your drive,
you can password protect certain files
using free Iomega Mini Lock software.

Technical Information

- PC or Mac compatible
- Plug-and-play
- No adapters, cables, power supply or batteries required
- No drivers required for Windows 2000 and above
or Mac OS 9.0 and above
- High speed USB 2.0 transfer rates
- Active Disk Powered to take software applications on the go
- 3-year limited warranty ... Read more


our price: $36.99
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Asin: B000092OY7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 16270
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Too Slooowwww....
I bought this floppy drive because I have a new Mac G5 who doesn't have a floppy drive built in it.

The drive was very easy to install (at least on a Mac). You just have to plug the USB cable into your computer and wait fo the drive to appear on your Desktop. There was no need of CDs or downloads or any kind of installation. The only problem that I encountered was that It took a few minutes for the drive to appear in my computer. Every time I poped a floppy drive I had to wait exactly 1 minute for the disk to appear. And also when I opened a document inside my floppy it took forever for the document to open.

I don't know how fast are any other floppy drives out there, but I found this one extremly slow.

If you are going to buy this product just for transporting documents from one computer to another, maybe you should just use e-mails... ... Read more

45. IOMEGA 120GB USB ( 33074 )

our price: $151.99
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Asin: B00020E4M8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega Bernoulli Exclusive
Sales Rank: 31433
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46. IOMEGA 250GB EXTERNAL ( 33088 )

our price: $340.99
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Asin: B0002AARGA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega Bernoulli Exclusive
Sales Rank: 7044
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47. IOMEGA Mini Hard Drive 20GB Hi-Speed USB 2.0 31148

our price: $166.99
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Asin: B0006O4VMI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
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48. Iomega 32433 External 20 GB Hard Drive Module

Asin: B00006L47E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 43951
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  • Hard drive expansion module
  • 20 GB storage capacity
  • 4,200 RPM
  • Controller not included
  • Compatible with Windows and Macintosh operating systems

49. Iomega EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE 250GB ( 33215 )
list price: $199.99
our price: $193.99
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Asin: B0007W2IW4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega Bernoulli Exclusive
Sales Rank: 20488
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Product Description

Fast, Safe and Dependable Iomega Desktop External Hard Drive This masterfully engineered external desktop hard drive from Iomega provides safe, reliable storage for massive volumes of digital data. You can store your precious photos, treasured music and favorite videos knowing that Iomega’s innovative Automatic Backup Software keeps it safe and secure. And the Iomega hard drive boasts superior, heat-resistant architecture for exceptional protection against heat damage. The Iomega external hard drive features lightning-fast USB 2.0 for high-speed data transfer, hot swappable and plug & play simplicity and an attractive design that complements any home or office desktop. For fast, secure and dependable performance the Iomega external hard drive is an ideal investment. And at our incredibly low pricing, it’s easy on the budget. ... Read more

50. Automatic Backup CD Singlelicense Software Solution

our price: $34.99
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Asin: B000095SC1
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 4254
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51. Iomega External USB 2.0 52x24x52 CD-RW Drive
list price: $179.95
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Asin: B00007LP8A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 8512
Average Customer Review: 2.16 out of 5 stars
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  • High-speed external USB 2.0 CD rewritable drive
  • Comes with 52x write, 32x rewrite, and 52x read speeds
  • 2 MB buffer
  • Includes Iomega's HotBurn software and more
  • Compatible with Macintosh and PC computers

Reviews (19)

1-0 out of 5 stars Who uses CD burners anymore?
Get with the program it's all about DVD burners now.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love it
First off. I had some of the same problems
with locking and down and crashing on my old computer.
Since I have bought a new computer with usb 2.0 ports
I have no problems. Usb 2.0 makes a huge difference.
I would not recommend using it on usb 1.1.
Your not getting full use of it this burner if you do.

I can burn a cd with nero or the hotburn software
in about 2 minutes. Hotburn software is actually a lot easier to use if you have never used it or Nero.

Overall, I highly recommend this burner to anyone with a decent computer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Outdated
This product is compatible with Mac, but only up through OS9.1. I will not operate on any higher OS.

1-0 out of 5 stars Rate zero, Do not purchase
I have had nothing but problems with this CD Burner. The burning software that comes with it locks most of the time. I have been able to burn only a few CDs, and it's whenever the thing decides to work. I hate it, but I paid for it and I'm stuck with it. Don't buy. I run windows XP, the Iomega site is not helpful at all. And i've tried applying the patches and it actually made things worse.

4-0 out of 5 stars Terrific for Digital Photography!
I received this as a Christmas present from my sister. I knew little about CD burners, and my sister knew less! After receiving it, I saw the bad reviews here and began to worry....Fortunately, it works wonderfully for what I wanted it for--burning digital photos. I found the Iomega software to be very confusing at first, but I just ended up bunring ALL my photos on the included DataLifePlus CD. There were hundreds of them, and it took less than 5 minutes. I then viewed them on my PC to make sure they were there! They were. If using the Iomega software, you can just bring up MY Pictures and delete the folders you don't want. Personally, I can't figure out any other way how to just get what folders I want into the work area. But that's probably me. (Of course, if Iomega had included a printed manual, I'd probably be having no problems.)The XP MY PICTURES wizard will not recognize the Iomega, even though the software installed with no problems at all. The Microsoft Digital Image 9 will recognize it, and then say it's archiving the photos onto CD, but it's not--the burner drawer does not open when finished, and there appears to be nothing on the disk, but yet the disk is no longer writable!Fortunately for me, I also have Kodak EasyShare software...and it immediately recognizes the Iomega, and controls it flawlessly. I don't have to use the Iomega software at all. And as I said, it takes just a few minutes to record hundreds of highest quality photos on a Verbatim DataLifePlus disk--the disk PC Photo highly recommends. Music seems to be another matter, but I've not done much with it. I used the Windows Media Player software to record an album on a Verbatim vinyl disk, and although my CD player recognized the disk and the number of songs, it couldn't play them. But note, I do have a compact system, and not a component system, and all compacts are weaker in everything. I then repeated the process with a DataLifePlus CD, and that worked. My CD player played the disk with no problem. I repeated the process a third time using the Iomega software and a DataLifePlus disk, and my CD player once again recognized the number of songs, and was actually playing them, but there was no sound! Later on, when I get a pre-amp, I'll be putting records on CDs, and Iomega's Pro Burn software does have advanced editing features for that. But I think I'll probably end up using my Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition, if it will work.I feel like I probably should be giving the Iomega less than 4 stars...but I can't. It works great and super fast for what I got it for--digial photography. And with the Kodak software, it's all super easy. ... Read more

52. Iomega 13047 Jaz 2GB Portable Ultra Drive (PC/Mac)
list price: $349.95
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Asin: B00000J3T4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 21575
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Enormous storage with a compact footprint. The fast, portable, ultra-reliable 2GB External Jaz(r) Drive gives you up to 2GB of storage space per disk, yet it's still compatible with 1GB Jaz disks. ... Read more


  • Saves up to 2GB
  • Plugs into SCSI drive
  • Universal Power Supply
  • Uses 1GB or 2GB Jaz disks
  • PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product for r/w speed + reliability
This is a great unit for backups and read/write data. The throughput is one of the best I've seen for removable storage devices. The only wait time is at the disk spin boot up/down. Make sure you set your preferences for no spin down if you access the Jaz often.

I've had mine over a year and it hasn't given me any problems. The disks perform flawlessly - they should at the premium price. I use it for file and application backups - both PC (98/NT) and Mac. I haven't had any problems with read/write transfer. If you do any video or animation - this is a must buy, unless you intend to lug around an external harddrive. Personally, I've had great product experiences with all 'external' Iomega products. Internal products are another story...

My only pet peave is the mega thick cord if you go SCSI. 1) Because the standard cord that it ships with, it limits the places you can place your drive - especially if you have no case cover. 2) It is a true struggle to wrestle it gently without tearing out your scsi card + your other daisy chained peripherals.

The price for this unit is very good - however, I've seen 1gig Jaz for around $100 refurbished. Be wary though, I've seen the 1 gigs in many repair shops (I'm unsure of what the symptoms are though). Also, watch out for the transformer - there was a recall about a year ago on the units catching fire; check Iomega's site for this info.

5-0 out of 5 stars Iomega does it again..
This piece of equipment is a MUST... Not only is it an integral part of my system now and with the "traveler" it is totaly portable from one place to another without having to have a SCSI interface available... ;-)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best product on the market! Absolutely the most reliable!
As always Iomega has the best products. They always make a reliable product. They have great support for their products and this is no exception.

This is an extremely fast 2GB drive that is faster than 90% hard drives out there. ... Read more

53. Iomega 31191 Jaz 2 GB External Hard Drive
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00004YMGX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 30726
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Compatible with both Macs and PCs, the Iomega Jaz 2 GB external harddrive is a high-performance removable storage system for storing, transporting,and using digital files. Designed for professionals in graphic design andpublishing, industrial 3-D CAD/CAM, enterprise management systems, andentertainment authorizing markets, this drive lets you store up to 2,000pictures (640 x 480 pixels, 24-bit full color), 3.2 hours of CD-quality stereoaudio, or 111 minutes of video (2x CD-ROM quality) per 2 GB disk--and there's nolimit to the number of disks you can use. With an average seek time of 10milliseconds and transfer rates up to 8.7 MBps, this SCSI-interface drivedelivers the speed and capacity to accommodate the most demanding audio, video,multimedia, and software development applications.

Iomega includes the comprehensive IomegaWare suite of software tools and driverson CD-ROM for operating your drive. Weighing just 2 pounds, the portable drivecomes with a one-year warranty. ... Read more


  • Expands the capacity of your hard drive, 2 GB at a time
  • Stores 2,000 photos, 3.2 hours of audio, or 111 minutes of video on 1 disk
  • Faster than many hard drives
  • Lets you run your entire computer as well as individual applications from a disk
  • Backward compatible with Jaz 1 GB disks

54. Iomega 31308 FotoShow Digital Image Center
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B000056L2Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 20379
Average Customer Review: 3.31 out of 5 stars
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The Iomega FotoShow Digital Image Center displays digital photos in JPEGformat on a TV so that you can edit, organize, enhance, and share digital photoswithout the need of a personal computer. FotoShow fits snugly in anentertainment center, or on top of a TV on its supplied stand. It comes with aremote control so you can relax while you create.

Quickly copy your digital camera memory cards onto inexpensive Zip 250 MB or 100MB disks, then keep on shooting. You can also connect FotoShow to the USB porton your PC or Mac and use it as a 250 MB Zip drive to store and back up alltypes of files and applications. FotoShow uses 250 MB or 100 MB Zip disks andaccepts CompactFlash, SmartMedia, and IBM Microdrive digital camera memorycards.

Iomega provides a one-year warranty on parts and labor for the FotoShow DigitalImage Center. ... Read more


  • View digital photos on your TV
  • Display PowerPoint slides when saved as JPEG files
  • Organize, edit, crop, and enhance photos without a computer
  • Use as external 250 MB Zip drive for your computer
  • Compatible with PC and Macintosh

Reviews (13)

3-0 out of 5 stars Does what they advertised, but...
I bought FotoShow to take with me on an international trip, figuring that zip disks would be cheaper than buying a few 128MB compact flash cards for my digital camera. When I got it, it turned out to be VERY big for traveling. It's a large unit with a heavy power supply, which is not what I had in mind.

The alternative was something like a digital wallet; smaller footprint (I assume) and one disk to hold lots of 128MB downloads. However, a digital wallet won't let you view the pictures unless you have a PC with you.

Having said that, it does seem to work well when viewing pictures on a TV. It has good resolution and useful features. The remote control is lousy, though. Cryptic buttons and cumbersome menus that I never seem to be able to remember without help from the manual.

Note: I have not yet been overseas with FotoShow. I am assuming it will work where I'm going, but an earlier review said that it's incompatible with foreign TVs. I'll find out soon, I guess...

4-0 out of 5 stars Three years experience
A friend asked about mine and wanted to buy one. On checking the Iomega site to send him a link I discovered they no longer make this. It is a grat product. I don't know of any other way to view digital pictures on a TV other than directly from the camera if it has a video out jack. The Iomega software works pretty good except that you have to put the pictures in viewing order from the Fotoshow. If you put them in order from your computer in Windows Explorer for example the pictures will revert to the order that Fotoshow had them. Other than that it's a great product.

4-0 out of 5 stars It does what I need it to do.
I got the Fotoshow mainly to serve as a zip drive and as extra storage for my digital camera when I go on vacations. As a zip drive, it works as expected. It's nice to have the option to take it with me as additional storage for my digital camera. I thought of going with a digital wallet, but the thought of carrying (and dropping) a harddrive with all my pictures in it worries me.

There are a few things that I think would make the Fotoshow better.

1. The card slots are useless when the Fotoshow is connected to the computer via USB cable. It would be nice to be able to use the Fotoshow as a card reader.

2. The power transformer is big and heavy. It should be smaller and lighter for travel.

3. Option for battery/portable power.

4. Faster operation when using the TV.

Overall, I like the Fotoshow. I would like it better if Iomega would fix the items above.

2-0 out of 5 stars CF tranfer too Slow
It have nice resolution, but the transfer time to Zip drives are extremely slow!, it take about 30min to transfer a 128mb Compact Flash to a 250M ZIP drive.

4-0 out of 5 stars 3 features add up to a decent product.
Feature 1. USB zip drive.
Feature 2. Compact Flash/Smart Media to zip drive transfers.
Feature 3. Television Display of Images.

The biggest reason I got this was the ability to dump my compact flash card to disk. A 20 gig hard drive digital wallet would be
nice but, its about 3 times the cost.

I plan on going to Australia from the US, and did not want to lug by laptop with me. I bought it for this reason alone, although since it was a ZIP drive as well that gave me extra incentive.

I tested it this weekend on both smart media and CF flash and it worked perfect.

Copy of 38 images off smart media took less than a minute. It seemed the same for compact flash.

Retrieving the images from the Zip drive to a computer was efficient. The photos are under a folder called originals.

Hooking it up to your TV and having it display is simple, it just takes a bit of time to process NEW images.

The TV display is so so. SOme of the editing capabilities are nice, but a bit cumbersome.

It was a big plus to display the images on the TV for my wife and parents.

AS a sample of the usefulenss. A friend had about 150 pictures on A CD of my daughter playing baskeball. I copied the images from the CD to the zip drive, (when it was hooked up to my computer of course). I brought the unit to "grandma's" house. Hooked it up to the TV turned it on, and it took about 15 minutes to "process" the picutres. After that we had a nice slide show....

I think grandma is going to buy one......

The only minor issue I had is

The AC power adapter is only 110 60 cycle. Most digital products these days the AC power adapter is 110/220 60/50 cycle. I have a UNIVERSAL power adapter so I should be OK. ... Read more

55. Iomega 48x24x48 External USB 2.0 CD-RW Drive

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Asin: B000071AC0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 13293
Average Customer Review: 2.71 out of 5 stars
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  • High-speed external USB 2.0 CD rewritable drive
  • Comes with 48x write, 24x rewrite, and 48x read speeds
  • 2 MB buffer
  • Includes Iomega's HotBurn Pro software and more
  • Compatible with Macintosh and PC computers

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Stingy consumer delighted *not* to be disappointed.
I am always sticking it to myself by going cheap. This time, I'm ok! My imation 4x4x6 external USB CD-RW died (after more than two years of faithful service, long out of warranty) and I spent a chunk of time shopping for an external USB DVD-RW, but they are still too expensive for a cheap guy like me. Plus, I want standards and security to settle a little more. (Another six to twelve months ought to do it for both categories, right?)

To fill the gap, in which I still need to back up my data and burn audio for the car, I bought a refurbished Iomega 48x24x48 External USB 2.0 CD-RW through Amazon, and I'm happy to say that it came right away quick and I installed it and ran it without any hitch. And that almost never happens. (For comparison, I am running WinME on a Dell Inspiron 4000 laptop.)

The included HotBurn Pro (ver 2.2.1) software doesn't seem to me so far to be as sophisticated as Adaptec's Easy CD Creator (v4) or Nero (v5), two other burning managers I've used, but it does its job and is easy and obvious to use.

Love the modularity and portability (even though it's not compact at 6 1/2" wide, 2 1/4" tall, and 9 1/4" front-to-back), and it seems solidly built.

Long may it burn.

3-0 out of 5 stars Invest in better software!
CD burner works fine, and ease of installation makes it worth 4 stars ... but HotBurn software is terrible ... I'm looking for compatible software that will work better with the drive.

1-0 out of 5 stars No No for Mac
I agree with the other negative reviews concerning Mac's and this CD burner. I burned 'part' of a successful CD with HotBurn, but still encountered many problems. HotBurn seemed so limited, I decided to invest in Toast software. Gee, whaddya know...Toast does not support this Iomega drive. So now I have spent [the money]. Roxio (Toast) support told me that Iomega USB 2 will not work with Toast. Iomega says that it will, but will just burn at slower speeds using a USB 1.1 NOT SO!!! Have no complaints against Iomega in general...just their claims..leading to uninformed purchasing. Now I have to either keep Toast or keep Iomega with Hotburn. Crummy decision to have to make. Either way, it's cost me extra money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Mac compatible? Yeah, right!
I bought this Iomega CD-RW drive last week because I was still using MAc OS 8.6 (the OS my iMac came with), and the Iomega web site states very clearly that this particular CD-R drive is supported Mac OS 8.6. So...

Upon installing the included Hotburn software, and making all the proper connections, etc., I found that this drive was not working. After three or four technical support sessions with Iomega, it was concluded that 8.6 was not a supported system for this drive. So...

I figured I'd keep the drive and simply upgrade to Mac OS 9 - since THIS was an operating system supported by this drive. Well, I just upgraded to OS 9.0.4 today, and figured all would be right in the world. WRONG! After all my contortions and added expense, CD's loaded into this drive will not load onto my desktop - that is, this drive still will not get recognized on my system.

I'm not sure what the problem is... is it the Hotburn software? Is this particular drive a dud? I don't know, and I don't care anymore. I am off to the store tomorrow to get my money back and to find a good CD-R drive that will work on a Mac without any hassles.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very very pleased...
Works great. Plug and play using WinXP and USB 1.1. I've burned a few data discs and a few music CDs with no coasters. The Construction is better than most Iomega drives. Hot Burn software is a joke - which is why it gets 4 stars instead of 5- I invested in Nero 5.5 which is much much better. I highly recommended it for WinXP users. ... Read more

56. Iomega 32214 Predator External 24x10x40 USB 1.1 and 2.0 CD-RW Drive

Asin: B00005V14C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 13017
Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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  • High-speed external CD-R/RW drive
  • USB 2.0 for enhanced data transfer (USB 1.1 supported)
  • Burn an 80-minute audio CD in under 4 minutes
  • PC compatible
  • Buffer under-run protection prevents useless "coaster" CDs

Reviews (34)

5-0 out of 5 stars COOL DRIVE!
Easy to install, i've had a couple internal cd-rw drives...but it's such a hassal to move them's much better to get externals that you can just plug into USB port. This is the fastest, cheapest drive i've seen. very cool!

4-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Drive but [useless] software
I bought this drive in the US a month or two ago and brought it home to India. This Drive works fine even with my 240 Volts domestic power supply. I burned my first CD using this drive and this one took just three and a half minutes to burn 600 MB of data. WOW!!! THAT's FAST!!!

By the way, I bought a USB 2.0 PCI Card and I am getting a full 24X write speed. The software is ... useless. One Star less that perect for this reason. I grabbed a copy of Nero 5.5 and everything works absolutely fine. My suggestion...just buy this one if you want a CDRW drive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice external CD-Writer - Works with Win 98
I'm using this CD-Writer with a 233 MHZ Pentium II PC running Windows 98 (second edition). Somebody mentioned below that this writer cannot be used with Win 98 - that is obviously not true. It is smaller and more portable than the earlier HP External CD-Writer I had. My PC doesn't support USB 2.0; therefore I get a maximum write speed of 4X. This means it takes about 20 minutes to write a full CD-R. When I get a newer computer with Win XP I would be able to use the 24X write speed.

I had some problems with the installation in Win 98. But the installation could be completed and the computer detected the drive after I downloaded a USB patch for Win 98 PCs. The patch (~ 14 MB) is available from the Iomega Website under the 'Support' section.

The Hot-Burn software that comes with the drive is pretty easy to use. I could easily burn a music CD by selecting the appropriate MP3 files from the hard drive. The USB 1.1 allowed only 4X write speed and the CD took around 20 minutes to create. Other options in the software include creating a data CD (useful for backing up your files) and making an exact copy of another CD that you have.

Cons: Doesn't come with detailed instructions. Asks you to print the instructions from the CD.

But very satisfactory overall.

4-0 out of 5 stars Does a good job, even on USB 1.0
I am using an aging computer and my old CD writer broke. I bought this because it was compatable with USB 1.0 as well as good for when I get around to upgrading. The problem with this product is that the software is pretty weak compared to some of the better programs out there. Otherwise it is a good product with a good price.

Someone told me once that every CD writer will break within 2 years, if it gets regular use. So far it seems to be more or less true. If you're in the market for them, go with an external CD writer, and go with one that isn't TOO expensive. Besides, as with most technology these days, in a couple months there will be one way better for less money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Frisbee
It's a frisbee maker! I got maybe 2 or 3 sucessful burns out of it, but mostly I just ruined perfectly good cd-Rs. ... Read more


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Asin: B00030099Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega Bernoulli Exclusive
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58. Iomega 10919 Zip 100 Drive(Parallel Port)

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Asin: B00000J3II
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 9757
Average Customer Review: 3.76 out of 5 stars
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Is your hard disk running out of room? Do you need to protect your valuable data? Consider Iomega's Parallel Port Zip 100 drive, an inexpensive and portable external disk drive.

Iomega says it has sold over 100 million of its 100 MB Zip disks, the floppy companions to the Zip 100 drive, and we believe them based on how easy it was for us to set up and use the Zip 100. We just plugged it in, connected a cable to our PC's parallel port, dropped in the CD-ROM, and followed the setup wizard.

The CD-ROM comes with the necessary software to make the Zip 100 act like any other drive on your PC--except the Zip 100 has a 100-MB storage capacity. We set the drive up on our test machine and copying files to and from drive F was just as easy as it was on drive A or C.

You can still use your printer with the Zip 100, as the external drive includes its own parallel port. Iomega recommends that you connect no more than one additional device to the Zip 100, but in our test, we "daisy chained" three peripherals--a printer connected to a scanner connected to the Zip 100 connected to our PC--without encountering any device conflicts.

We used the included 1-Step Backup and 1-Step Restore utilities to back up and restore several hundred megabytes of an old Pentium's hard disk. The process was entirely intuitive and flawless but slow. We did not even approach the claimed 25-MB-per-minute performance, but that's just the way peripheral life is when you're using a parallel port.

The Zip 100 is self-contained, and if you take along the parallel cable and AC power supply, it becomes portable. However, the real convenience comes from the Zip disks themselves. The disks have a tough plastic shell and come in a CD-type jewel box, so little protective precautions are required as you exchange data with Zip-owning friends.


  • Inexpensive
  • Easy to install and use
  • Portable
  • Rewritable media


  • Slow data-transfer rate
  • Impractical for backing up more than a few hundred megabytes
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  • Complete backup and restore utilities
  • Supports 100 MB Zip disks
  • Parallel interface
  • Portable, external design
  • Maximum sustained transfer rate of 1.40 MB/sec

Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars If it's simple and works - then it's not stupid
The Zip100 is a minimum necessity for today's larger and larger file formats - MPEG, MP3, and multiple images files can easily run up to 100MB. I've used the Zip since its inception when it knocked old Syquest 88MB drives out of business about 5 years ago. The size and convenience is why there is really only one choice for removable media with easy and immediate read-write capability.

There are definite pluses and minuses. Some will say get a CD-R(W) drive - but burning a CD is definitely not as immediate as a Zip. The parallel port is a major bummer because of the thru-speed. But those of you who are not major speed demons won't be disappointed compared to a floppy. The Zip drive allows daisy chaining so you can connect/output to other peripherals.

Iomega cut cost on the power on/off (it's always on when plugged in). But really the overall design is very good - you can place it flat or vertical. Even though the thick parallel cord may tend to twist the main unit.

There are a plethora of other Iomega choices. And I would really ask yourself if you are planning on USB or SCSI - each are noticeably faster. On the plus side, the 100MB format is so common in print shops, university labs, and copy places that you can't go wrong. Plus the price of each disk is recognizably less than the 250MB. Seriously think about your file formats. If you plan to do a lot video - you'll need to go with a Jaz. And you can get these refurbished for about the same cost and hold 1Gig. The only barrier to entry is the SCSI necessity and the extra cost of disks. Overall, the Zip100 has been a major workhorse for me - back and forth between work and home/Mac and PC MS98/NT. It has performed flawlessly.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for data storage but...
The Iomega Zip 100 has been around for some time and it's well established. It's a nice drive for data files so long as they are not too large. We're talking about a meg-a-minute transfer speeds here. Speed is not what this drive is about, but that holds true for any parallel port drive (although my old Syquest and Superdisk drives were much faster). Although CD-RW is the hot topic lately the Iomega Zip uses the familiar file techniques we all know by heart. Reading and writing to a Zip drive is second nature. Overall, it's a decent drive but still a bit pricey considering its performance and after all these years of production.

4-0 out of 5 stars power cord
I like the iomega zip drive for storing things and saving space
on my hard drive. But i don't have a power cord anymore. Where can i purchase a cord from.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sturdy workhorse for 4 years
I'm a Mac user, but I also have a Windows PC in my office. My workplace has over 1,000 employees and the majority of them are on Windows, while I am one of 3 people in the organization that consistently uses a Mac.

I am sent files all the time via the Network GroupWare e-mail system. I never wanted to hook my Mac up through all the logging in and everything involved in a Novell system, so I never got the Mac version of the software to connect my Mac fully to the network.

So, when someone sends me a file via GroupWise, I copy the attachment onto my ZIP disk and then eject that disk and put it in my Mac to work on the file. Not the most efficient way to go about things, but this 100MB Iomega ZIP drive hasn't failed me once in the past 4 years.

Since the Mac OS can read both Mac and PC ZIP disks, I use PC formatted disks and move them back and forth from Windows (the Parallel drive) to Mac (the factory installed 250MB drive) all day long.

ZIP disks can hold an equivalent of about 74 floppy disks and the speed is lightning fast when compared to floppies. My only gripe is that Iomega does not make these drives with an on/off switch... even if your computer is off for a week, you've got to unplug your ZIP drive if you don't want it to eat up electricity. Honestly, I doubt that a little ZIP drive that isn't spinning a disk uses more than a single kilowatt hour per month, but it's a waste nonetheless. This one gripe wasn't enough of a drawback to take a star away from the 5 star rating I'm giving this gizmo. It's dependable, it's fast and ZIP is an industry standard. Hats off to Iomega.

4-0 out of 5 stars Reliable, But Slow
Very easy to install and operate. Data transfer with larger files is slow. The zip disks and drives are very reliable! ... Read more

59. Iomega 31197 Zip 100 Portable USB Drive (PC/Mac)
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00005A7GU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 17935
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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A USB connection provides simple plug-and-play capability for the 100 MBZip drive from Iomega. Compatible with Macs or PCs, this compact externalstorage device works like a hybrid floppy and hard drive, letting you easilyaccess files and applications on removable 100 MB disks. Weighing just a pound,the 100 MB Zip drive is easy to carry, and like any USB device it's hotswappable: you can plug or unplug it without restarting your computer.Delivering a data transfer rate of 1.2 MBps, this drive offers fast, unlimitedstorage for your computer, an easy way to extend the life and capabilities ofyour computer.

This drive comes with a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more


  • USB connection for easy hot-swapping
  • 100 MB Zip disk holds the equivalent of 70 floppy disks
  • Data transfer rate of 1.2 MB per second
  • Use it like your hard drive
  • Compatible with PCs and Macs

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not the most elegant solution, but it does the job
I've never found Zip drives to be very speedy, despite the name, but this particular drive is quite slow and quite loud.

However, in its defense, it is extremely reliable even though I've dropped it and knocked it over several times. It doesn't take up much space on my desk. It is so lightweight and flat that I can throw it in the pocket of my laptop case and take it anywhere.

The Zip disk has been a good solution for me in terms of sharing files between my desktop and laptop, and this drive is an adequate, reliable, affordable way to do that.

4-0 out of 5 stars yep, works fine
The price is right and it owrk.s what else is there to say?

5-0 out of 5 stars useful!
a very useful thing to have, it works beautifully and was very easy to install, a must have it you are intending to format your computer and have to move all your precious files to disk!

4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect except for support
I have had my zip drive for a while now. I purchased the external type so I could swap it between my laptop and desktop. I use it to backup data along with having the capability to read disks that are sent to me by clients and workmates.

So far I have not had any major problems I could not work out with the zip drive. The one drawback I have found is that Iomega's Web site is not very clear at times.

Otherwise for me on both a Windows 98 and 2000 system it has been simple plug and play!

3-0 out of 5 stars Zip 100MB Drive
good for home, but requires an electrical supply, so it's not very good for notebook computers and the mobile user. ... Read more

60. Iomega 32967 64MB Micro Mini Drive- USB 2.0

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Asin: B0001AVSI2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 6104
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  • 3 easily changed covers -- each a different cool color to match your mood
  • Includes an illuminated cord to light your way when searching for that elusive USB port
  • Even includes a dog-tag style chain necklace so you can wear the drive around your neck for easy access -- or to make a hip fashion statement
  • Mac and PC compatible

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