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61. Iomega Mini 256 MB USB 2.0 Flash
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63. Iomega 31713 Zip 100 USB Powered
64. IOMEGA External CD-RW 48x24x48
65. Iomega Zip 250 MB USB External
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66. Iomega 128MB MINI DRV USB2.0 (
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67. Iomega 32450 Zip 750MB Firewire
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68. Iomega 11113 Zip 250MB ATAPI Internal
69. Iomega 13057 Jaz 1GB SCSI
70. Iomega Clik! 40 MB PC Card Drive
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71. Mini 512MB USB 2.0 Drive
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72. 1-pack Zip 100MB Mac Gray Cart
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73. Iomega 33055 Iomega Nas 100D Series
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74. Iomega NAS 300m/240GB (Windows
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75. Iomega 32328 Zip 750 MB ATAPI
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76. Zip Us Power Supply
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77. Iomega 32359 40x12x48 External
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79. Iomega 31475 4x4x6 External USB
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80. Iomega 33060 Nas 200D 480GB Tt

61. Iomega Mini 256 MB USB 2.0 Flash Drive ( PC / Mac )

our price: $63.99
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Asin: B0001FV2YC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 19136
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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  • 256MB storage capacity
  • Active Disk technology allows Active Disk Powered software applications to conveniently launch and run directly from your Mini USB 2.0 Drive
  • Connect between laptops and desktops, as well as Windows PCs and Macs with a USB port

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Overpriced, software doesn't work, abysmal support
What a disappointment the Iomega Mini line has been. I purchased the 512 to have a larger capacity flash drive, but I expected the Security software to work without troubles. Was I ever wrong! None of the software bundled with this expensive drive works for me. I have four smaller capacity key drives from three (!) other companies - three of these have security software that works without a glitch. The Lexar Secure Jump Drive in particular works seamlessly in Windows XP, Windows 2000 AND Mac OS X, making it hands down superior over this awful Iomega Mini drive for my purposes. Sad to see for a company that I have loved in the past, but support is worse than the drive itself.

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Customer Support
After purchasing an Iomega Mini-Drive the case of the drive started to develop cracks around the light. These cracks continued until pieces started to come off and then, finally, the case pulled off of the electrical components. Trying to return the Mini-Drive has been a nightmare. I have sent over a half dozen emails, I have made 5 phone calls (some of which were toll calls), I've been through 3 voice mail mazes, and I'm still waiting for the replacement Mini-Drive. Iomega's customer support is horrible!

4-0 out of 5 stars 256 Meg On Your Keychain
This is the start of something big (physically small, actually.)
IOMEGA has provided a USB 2.0 pen drive. It can hold 256 MB of data and fit on your keychain, on your belt or in your pocket.
All you need is a Mac (or PC) with a free USB port and you are ready to go. It is a storage drive and media, built into one small package, weighing in at about 2 ounces!
It lost a star because of the price point and the construction of the casing. I still think the price is a bit high, but it is permanent storage. If you don't smash/crush it, it can probably last for years.
To use the pen drive, just plug it into a free USB port on your Mac or PC. The pen drive draws the power it needs directly from the USB chain. It then shows up like any other disk drive would. (Immediately on the desktop of Macs. You need to search through "My Computer" on PCs.)
It also works like any other disk drive would.
Transfering files between computers is also easy. Plug it into one computer, drag files to it. "Eject" the disk and pull it out of the USB port. Plug it into the USB port of another computer and copy the files you need from the pen drive to the local hard drive. It even works between Macs and PCs. Make sure you eject the volume from the computer before you try to remove the pen drive from the USB port. If you don't, you could cause data loss.
The fact that this particular pen drive is USB 2.0 rated can be very important, because USB 2.0 can be up to 40 times faster, transferring data, than USB 1.x. Since there are no moving parts, data transfer is extremely fast.
Pros: Convenient, light weight, easy to use, USB 2.0
Cons: Plastic casing easily cracks or can be crushed. Still pricey.
Bonus features: Comes with key ring and built-in belt clip. ... Read more


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Asin: B0002CARXG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega Bernoulli Exclusive
Sales Rank: 16436
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63. Iomega 31713 Zip 100 USB Powered Value Series Drive

Asin: B00005ML56
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 10278
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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  • Powered through your computer's USB connection
  • Value-priced
  • Data transfer rate of 0.9 MB/sec
  • Uses 100 MB Zip disks
  • PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars Truly Mac and PC friendly!
I've been burned by Iomega in the past (Jaz drives that died mid-formatting of two different disks - had to trash disks and the drive) but I needed this unit for a design class. Great little drive. Solid performance. No frills on the documentation/software extras side, but works great on both my Win98SE PC and PowerBook G3. File transfers are quick. Exactly what you want in a USB device. Simple, plug-and-play, with no conflicts in either computing platform.
It's noisier than other Zips, but being bus powered I won't complain. Great way to get the MP3 library off the cable-modem PC and onto the CD-RW connected Mac! Save yourself the hassle of cross-platform networking software, and just swing this drive between computers. Bus powered, so no heavy AC adaptor to carry around. As light as my VST USB floppy drive.
Nice save, Iomega. Great price, Amazon!

4-0 out of 5 stars Infuriating packaging, lightweight construction, but works
This thing comes packaged in TWO (count 'em) thick, clear plastic blisters. Extremely hard to open even with scissors or a serrated knife; also a ludicrous choice environmentally. The drive works as advertised, with an easy-to-install software driver, a good set of updated Zip software tools, and idiot-proof USB plug-and-play compatibility with Windows machines and Macintoshes. I'm a tad concerned about the particularly flimsy construction; it's even a few shades worse than the other Zip drives I've owned, which weren't exactly bullet-proof themselves. If you need a (transportable) Zip drive, well, they don't come any more lightweight and compact than this one, but I'd still go for something sturdier. On the other hand, if your Zip is just going to sit quietly on a corner of your desk, this is a pretty cost-effective storage solution.

4-0 out of 5 stars great little drive!
This zip drive is extreamly easy to use and at half the price of the 250. Compact, portable, and great for large file transfers. I recently bought one for my imac so I wouldnt have to deal with my cd burner so often while saving photoshop and illustrator doccuments. Any one who has used a zip knows that it is much faster than burning cds because you can transfer individual files instead of having to burn every file you want on it at once. the few problems I see with this drive are:
1. Its very noisy and shoots your disk out at you like it just doesnt care.
2. I dont think this is a quality drive, for the price you pay you may want to take better care of it. I have heard of this drive being delivered defective.

I personally have not had any problems and I am very happy I have this little guy. I didnt have much money and I just love using zips so this was my choice.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money
Installed in a minute, accesses one out of five of my old zip drives, (they all word fine on my IDE Zip Drive). The ones that it will access, the speed is so slow, you need to leave on overnight for a twenty meg download. Returned the next day.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy
I could never get the device to work. Technical support was no help. It still does not work and I wasted my money. Not a very good value ... Read more

64. IOMEGA External CD-RW 48x24x48 USB 1.1 and 2.0 Drive - REFURBISHED

Asin: B0000E69MH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 13326
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Includes Buffer-Underrun protection and Iomega HotBurn CD creation software
  • Minimum PC System Requirements -Pentium 166MHz+ processor with USB; Microsoft Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP
  • Mac Users -Power Macintosh G4 or G3 (blue & white G3 only) or USB-enabled iMac; OS 9.0.4 or 9.1 (See Apple website for information regarding USB 2.0 drivers. Hotburn supports USB 1.1 for Mac only)
  • Package includes -USB & audio cables, external power supply, (1) blank CD-R disc, software

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Fit for a 200MHz Pentimum PC w/ 1.1 USB
Except for the "Refurbished" Iomega labeled box and descrete tag on the bottom of the drive, this unit is truely like new. For my 200MHz Pentimum PC w/1.1 USB and Windows 98, following the simple installation instructions went flawlessly. The HotBurn Pro software is user friendly, and the Web based help is simple to use and was helpful. I've been needing a means to off load and better organize our family's digital pictures, and soccer website files. Within a few hours I'd opened up >2.5 Gb on our hard drive, which only had 450 Mb available.
While it came with one blank CD-R disc(Verbatium CD-R 80 DataLifePlus 1x-52x), make sure to order a pack. I happened to order a 30 pack of Verbatim CD-R 80 DataLifePlus 1x-48x discs, which I'd also recommend. ... Read more

65. Iomega Zip 250 MB USB External Drive (PC/Mac)
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000300QN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 5030
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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The Zip 250 USB drive offers an ultrathin, mobile design that meets the high-capacity storage needs for both PC and Mac users. At an inch thick and weighing just under a pound, the Zip 250 USB drive can accompany the most demanding mobile computer user. Connect the drive conveniently with the industry-standard USB port. Mobile users can connect with a host-powered PCMCIA interface. ... Read more


  • Ultrathin, mobile design
  • Compatible with USB-enabled PC and Macintosh systems
  • Compatible with both 100 MB and 250 MB Zip disks
  • Up to 900 KBps transfer rate
  • Includes IomegaWare 2.1 with Quik Sync instant backup utility

Reviews (26)

5-0 out of 5 stars Choosing between the USB and SCSI versions of this product
The Zip 250 is perhaps the most rational choice for anyone looking to bridge the gap between Macintosh and Windows based machines. In both the SCSI and USB forms, it invites portability. It's the ideal solution for anyone who creates anything but video on one platform for use on the other. (For cross-platform video editing, a Jaz drive is more appropriate.)

It's also great if you're living on a budget. Though your initial purchase is more expensive than buying a Zip 100, you'll spend far less on disks. Since 250mb disks are essentially the same price as 100mb ones, your overall storage costs will be cheaper in the long term.

Perhaps more importantly, you won't have to abandon your existing Zip library to upgrade. The product's much vaunted backwards compatibility with Zip 100s is real and mostly trouble free. The only glitch with it is that if you're trying to save large (over 15mb) files to a Zip 100, it will take substantially-even painfully--longer than if you were using a Zip 100 drive. For many people, this won't be a consideration. But if you have large multimedia files in your 100mb disk library, you might consider transferring them over to 250mb disks. To put it simply, I definitely wouldn't recommend either version of this product if you plan to use only 100mb disks. The real question, though, is whether you should get the SCSI or the USB version. Out of the box, the SCSI external is twice as fast as the USB, but less portable. To use the SCSI version, you've got to have SCSI cards installed in every machine on which you're going to use the drive. Virtually no computers, PC or Mac, come with pre-installed SCSI cards, so you'll immediately have to spend money to bring your computer(s) up to speed. And you'll have to deal with the fact that most unknown computers won't have a SCSI card.

Meanwhile, the entirely more portable USB version, though slower by default, can be brought up to the same speed as the SCSI. With the addition of a FireWire adaptor, there's no difference between the two drives. All Macs since the G3, and an increasing number of PCs come with FireWire built-in. And if you happen to encounter a computer without FireWire, you can easily remove the adaptor and go back to the default USB connection-which isn't exactly "slow", anyway.

With either form, you're going to have to spend some more money to get both top speeds *and* portability. If you don't plan to travel outside computers you already know have SCSI capability, it's probably cheaper to go with a SCSI Zip. But if you want the fastest, largest-capacity Zip drive that you can use on the highest percentage of computers, buy a USB Zip 250, and add on a FireWire adaptor.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast set-up, faster back-up.
Iomega's Zip 250MB USB External Drive (with included 250MB zip disk!) boasts a sleek design that doesn't disappoint performance-wise. For those of us with iMacs, it's a joy to use: just plug it into the keyboard and back-up files FAST. Excellent for transporting larger files from one place to another. (I've had no problem using 100MB discs in it.) In fact, the drive itself is quite portable. Very light but solid, and easily carried. It's also nice to see a design that complements the iMac without imitating it. Iomega Zip 250 stands--literally--on its own as a must-have system component.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use and reliable but getting outdated
--I've used one of these for the last two years to back up files and store photos, and I can't recall a single technical problem with it. After reading some of the problems with other electronic gear rated on Amazon, I can't believe this device has been so reliable. When discussing burnable CD's, words like "coasters" or "frisbees" often arise, and reviewers often curse software editing, but I don't think I've ever lost a photo or a data file on a Zip (although you'd better not forget your password if you protect your files). We haven't dropped ours or sat on it, like some other reviewers have done with theirs, but it has done over 20,000 bumpy miles in a Recreational Vehicle and we live in a dusty climate, and the drive has always performed flawlessly. The Zip is also as simple to use as an anvil. We bought it because it editing photos was said to be easier than with a CD, and we weren't disappointed.
--I may, however, be shifting over to a CD in a short time as my photo collection has grown (I sure won't throw away my Zip but may limit its use to photo editing). For one thing, I'm not sure how long the format will last and I'm not sure I want a bin full of files without a backup system in case this one ever does break. The discs are far bulkier than a CD, and they are getting expensive. It's also pretty tough to share files or transfer data to another computer, unless the partner has a 250 Zip.
--I rate this product highly, but it has become somewhat outdated. I would recommend it as a very decent backup system for files and some photos, or as a photo-editing device, but if you have tons of photos you may want a CD or DVD. Hope this helps.

2-0 out of 5 stars Useful but fragile
If you have an older computer without a built-in Zip drive, this is a cheap and easy way to add a useful feature. The fact that it's USB powered means you only have one cable to mess with. Setup is easy and performance is good.

On the down side, these drives are fragile. I have had two. I wanted to use the drive with my laptop. However, each one broke within a few months. I packed the drive in an outside pocket of my laptop carrying case. With the case standing upright on the floor, if the case fell onto the outside pocket the weight of the laptop inside was enough to break the Zip drive. In each case there was no visible damage on the outside but the drive could no longer read or write disks.

If you need a Zip drive for your laptop, paying for a more expensive built in drive may be worth it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast and reliable
I've got my Zip 250-USB running on a 1Ghz Pentium 3 with Windows ME and had no trouble getting it installed. Have not had any system locks, either. It's much faster than my old Zip 100 that ran on the parallel port, though the 250-USB reads Zip 100 disks with no problem (though slower than 250 disks). I'm using Iomega's Quik Sync back-up software and it's great to have it operating automatically in the background, without me having to remember to do it.

When I bought mine, the USB-powered version was not yet available, so mine uses an AC power adapter. The USB-powered version would be nice to have for running on my laptop. ... Read more

66. Iomega 128MB MINI DRV USB2.0 ( 33003 )

our price: $37.99
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Asin: B0001AV5YO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 5705
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67. Iomega 32450 Zip 750MB Firewire Drives

our price: $176.69
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Asin: B00006JHY0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 17305
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars A solid product
I ordered the zip 750 to go with a new computer, that would no longer recognize my old, parallel port zip 100. Overall, i have been extremely pleased with the drive. The 750 mb disks are massive, compared to my old 100mb disks. With the firewire connection, it is as fast or faster than another zip i have with a atapi connection. There are only a few things that prevent this drive from recieving five stars. Fist, in order to connect it to a computer with a four-pin port, you need to call iomega and ask them to send you a power supply. Although they send the adapter quickly, and it is free, the additional step is a pain. Another problem i encountered is that the drive only comes with a six pin cord. If you want to attach the drive to a computer with a four pin port, be ready to shell out another thirty bucks for another cord. Although this should be no suprise, for some reason, the new drives can read but not write the old disks. It is evidently clear on the packaging that this is the case, but i still am frequently annoyed by that. My final complaint is that occasionally, on startup, windows XP does not immeadiatly recognize the drive. If you pull out the chord, wait a few seconds and then plug it back in, the drive is accesible. Agian, not a serious problem but an occasional hassle.Other than these minor problems, the zip 750 drive is an exceptional piece of equipment, and a true heir to this long line of sturdy, well designed storage devices.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Useful, But Slightly Dangerous
A year ago, I would have cheerfully told you that there was no reason for anyone to waste money on a Zip drive. The largest capacity model then available was the 250, which was less than half of what a CD-RW could hold. CD burners were shipping pretty much as standard on all new computers. I grudgingly shelled out the money for a Zip drive on my new machine only because I needed some way of transferring data from the old one, which had a Zip 100 drive but no CD burner.

It didn't take me long to realize what a very wise investment I'd made. I prefer to synchronize my important documents and system settings using something like Windows Briefcase (barely useful) or Scooter Software's "Beyond Compare", which does a tremendous job of not only synchronizing files and entire directory trees, but scanning each file byte-by-byte for any signs of changes and/or corruption. It's very easy to update or repair any file the program flags.

What I discovered very quickly was that CD-RW drives were utterly worthless for this task. It didn't matter whether I used Roxio's "Direct CD", which came with the computer, or Nero's much-touted "InCD". The former constantly and reliably corrupted my data, while the latter just as reliably crashed my computer every time I tried it. Windows XP has built-in CD-writing software, but it is useless for the kind of file synchronization that I do.

"You can treat your CD just like a giant floppy!!!" Yeah, right! Nice try, guys!

Worse yet, as I troubleshooted Roxio's software, I discovered their nasty little secret. CDs created under Version 4 of "Direct CD" could not be read by Version 5, and people running Windows XP couldn't load Version 4 without crashing their computers. I wondered: What would happen when Version 6 came out?

So suddenly I found myself using that Zip 250 as my main means of file backup, along with a spare external hard drive. But, of course, 250 MB is not, by today's standards, a great deal of space. I needed three disks to do the job, and these were almost full. Plus, the Zip drive was painfully slow.

Thus, when Iomega announced their new Zip 750, I took immediate notice. I have actually worked with two of these devices. The one at work is a USB 2.0 model running on Windows 2000, while the one at home, running on Windows XP Home, is the nearly identical FireWire model featured on this page.

Setup of the FireWire device on Windows XP is very simple. You plug it into your FireWire port, wait for Windows Plug-and-Play to recognize it, then insert a Zip 750 disk and start working. Windows XP has built-in support for Zip drives, so you don't need to install anything from the included CD for basic file system operations. If, however, you want to write- or password-protect your Zip disk, you'll have to install Iomega Tools from the CD. They also offer a basic file backup utility. Since I haven't done anything with these, I can't comment on how well they work.

I started using the Zip 750 at home on December 10th of last year, and basically I've been very happy with it. While not as fast as a hard drive, it's certainly a major improvement over the Zip 250. I have yet to see one file be corrupted, and "Beyond Compare" has done literally dozens of very thorough scans on my backups. This is the very first time in my nearly 20 years of working with PCs that I can say with reasonable certainty that my backups are secure.

One performance bottleneck I've encountered is, according to Iomega's web site, due to the way Windows XP operates. Namely, copying (or comparing) large numbers of small files is drastically slower than copying small numbers of large files, even if the overall byte count is the same. So I use PKZip in a few places to create larger archives for faster copying.

The only reason I don't give this drive five stars is because of a dangerous design flaw. This is a very handsome-looking drive with a bright, shiny, metal plate on top. Unfortunately, said metal is an excellent conductor of static electricity. The very night I installed the drive on my home computer, I zapped it with my finger while attempting to insert a disk. This immediately knocked the drive off-line, and nothing but turning the computer off, then back on, would get Windows to recognize it again. My heart about stopped until I was satisfied that no permanent damage was done, either to the drive or to the computer.

Considering how light the drive is, there is no way to avoid touching it while doing an insert. Otherwise it simply slides backwards as you push.

The solution? Decidedly low-tech! I powered everything down, unplugged the drive, took that handy little anti-static bag the thing shipped in, wrapped it around the drive, and Scotch-taped it in place! Since then, I've had peace of mind and no problems at all!

The Zip 750 will reliably read and write the older Zip 250 disks (albeit more slowly), and will even read (but not write to) my ancient Zip 100 disks. Unlike some of those CD writing programs, Iomega takes backward compatibility seriously.

So, if you want speed and reliability, this drive is well worth the money. ... Read more

68. Iomega 11113 Zip 250MB ATAPI Internal Drive
list price: $169.99
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Asin: B0000300S4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 14106
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The Zip ATAPI Internal drive was created with our customers in mind. Iomega has pulled out the stops to make the Zip ATAPI Internal a great value. And the best part is you don't have to be a computer wizard to install this internal drive.

The Iomega Zip 250 MB ATAPI Internal drive comes with an IomegaWare CD-ROM with all the software you need to operate your drive, welcome packet with quick-start guide, and a CD-ROM containing an electronic user's manual. ... Read more


  • Data compression and storage drive
  • Internal IDE (ATAPI) drive
  • Up to 2.4 MBps sustained transfer rate
  • Includes IomegaWare 2.1 with QuikSync instant backup utility
  • Compatible with both 100 MB and 250 MB Zip disks

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fastest type of zip drive there is!
Well, the SCSI zip drive is just as fast as the internal one, but I don't have any SCSI ports, and why spend the extra money for a card, so I can use a more expensive zip drive that sits on my desk. Portability is not necessary to me because most all my friends and co-workers have zip drives too. I did have a USB Zip 250 before, but I never took it anywhere so I sold it to my friend for cheap and got the internal 250. The speed is gerat - more than twice as fast!

If portability is an issue, get a USB drive. If you don't have USB ports, you'd better have SCSI ports, or lots of time to waste. The parallel port version is just too slow. They take over an hour to copy off a full 250MB Zip disk!

But in going beyond comparison of apples and oranges... Zip drives really are great, I would recommend one to anyone. They're fast (except for the parallel one, ugh) the 100/250MB per disk is great. Not to big, and most importantly - not too small. They're one of, if not the most reliable magnetic removable media I've seen. Out of all the disks I've had, more than I can count, I can only remember 1 going bad.

4-0 out of 5 stars An easy to use product that works well
I use one of these internal 250 MB Zip Drives on a daily basis. I am very happy with it.

Installation was a snap. I was able to install it in my Dell computer in under 10 minutes, and then install the software and have it functional in another 10 minutes. Initially, I had installed it in Windows 98, but have recently upgraded to Windows 2000 and it still works well. I have another of these drives installed in my Linux box and it works there as well.

I primarily use the Zip drive to carry data around with me (home, work, etc.) that changes too quickly to burn cdroms. It functions perfectly, seems very durable, and makes transferring data simple. Sometimes, I wish it were a bit faster (like at the end of the day), but my "go-home-from-work" routine of copying about 200 MB of data allows me to clean up the desk, turn off the light, etc., then grab the zip disk and go.

Eventually, they will probably make a 1 GB Zip drive, but for now, the 250 MB Zip meets my needs. ... Read more

69. Iomega 13057 Jaz 1GB SCSI

Asin: B00004LF2Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 20584
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The Jaz 1 GB drive sets the standard for professional, high-end, removable storage.With the speed of a hard drive and a capacity of 1 GB per disk, the 1 GB Jaz drive lets you back up all your files and applications quickly and securely. Store video clips or hours and hours of CD quality audio. Forget having to sort through piles and piles of smaller-capacity disks. The IomegaWare software suite provides the software drivers and applications that help you get the most out of your Iomega drive. ... Read more


  • Back up all your files and applications quickly and securely
  • Store video clips or hours and hours of CD-quality audio
  • Works with 1 GB Jaz disks
  • SCSI-2 interface
  • PC and Macintosh compatible

70. Iomega Clik! 40 MB PC Card Drive for PC Laptops

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Asin: B0000300QP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iomega
Sales Rank: 21004
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cool!
I purchased my new Clik drive a few weeks ago it works pretty good for its 'mini' size. Since I use my laptop mostly away from home and alot of places don't offer the space and comfort of home or the office, I want everything onboard the computer. My laptop is a replacement for my desktop so I expect all the functionality including the ability to stick something with more MBs than a floppy into it without the usually bulky add-on. It's a lot quieter than the Zip 250 I use on the other computer. I must say I'm impressed with what I've seen do far, the Clik appears to be a good buy. It'll be a while before I'm out of the 'show-off' phase.

I love the carrying case, I use mine for disks storage and the drive is always in the port where it sould be.

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally, fast external storage for laptops
Tired of lugging around slow parallel port R/W storage drives for your laptop? The Clik! is fast (uses internal buss/pcmcia connection), highly portable, low cost, and one of the newest toys on the block. It is what the floppy replacement should be. Besides, it comes with its own stylish brushed aluminum case which fits in your pocket (when not stored in the Laptop, which is where I keep mine when not taking it someplace for show & tell). Now I just need to figure out what to do with my regular Zip drive and CD-ROM writers with their multi-pound power supplies. Still useful but heavy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Solved my BIG problem
An owner of two laptops, one old Windows 95 and a new Windows XP, I'd been frustrated trying to copy files between computers. When the old computer's floppy drive broke (the CD ROM was already broken) it seemed nearly impossible to copy the large number of files from one PC to the other. Several costly solutions were tried that did not work. At last I decided to try the Clik! drive. Following the painstaking process of emailing the installation files between PCs, the software installed flawlessly on the old PC, and worked immediately. After this, I was concerned I'd need a second software CD to operate it on the new PC, but it turned out to be plug and play. Happy Day!

The Clik! drive is almost as easy to use as a floppy. I was able to transfer all of the crucial files from the old PC, some of them large, to the new one with little effort. After being so pleased with this drive, I bought a second one, and additional discs. I'm one happy camper!

4-0 out of 5 stars WOW all that I expected
the The Iomega PC card works well with my new laptop. I did have to find another file to install the software included. no prblem just go to Iomega home site for software update. Finally I can transfer my music files from my desk top to my laptop . No docking station needed for music files. Just use the hipzip to load the music on the click disk and transfer to your laptop. Convient quick and easy!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best friend to your Laptop !
This is the single best item that I brought for my Laptop !

This is quality, convenience and easy use all rolled into one product. Then extremely easy to transfer to you PC through a Dock for it.

I would recommend this with the highest marks of satisfaction, I Love It ! ... Read more

71. Mini 512MB USB 2.0 Drive

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72. 1-pack Zip 100MB Mac Gray Cart Quad-lingual
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Iomega Zip100MB Disk – Mac Single This Zip100MB disk from Iomega provides reliable, high-performance storage for Mac. Comes with a durable plastic jewel case. The Zip disk is read/writeable on all Zip 100MB and 250MB drives. Readable only on Zip750MB drives. Iomega Corporation provides easy-to-use, high value data storage and data protection solutions to help people protect, secure, capture and share their digital information. For quality you can depend on at an affordable price, choose Iomega’s 100MB Zipdisk. ... Read more

73. Iomega 33055 Iomega Nas 100D Series 160GB Desktop

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74. Iomega NAS 300m/240GB (Windows Storage Server 2003 Edition) ( 33033 )

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  • 240GB RAID storage
  • Deployment in 15 min.
  • Extremely easy, efficient

75. Iomega 32328 Zip 750 MB ATAPI Drive

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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Complete with Iomega Solutions Suite software
  • Reads and writes Zip 750MB and Zip 250MB disks; read-only on Zip 100MB disks
  • PC compatible only
  • Internal drive

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5-0 out of 5 stars Fast storage
The advantage of the Zip drive over a CDROM is the shorter time it takes to make a backup. CD burn programs require several minutes to make a backup. A Zip drive a few seconds - drag and drop. Yes, for an archive of files you a CDROM might be better. But if you simply want to a temporary backup (and I always backup the novel I am writing after even the smallest modification), you can't beat the speed of a Zip. Also the Zip 750's response time is much faster than the Zip 250. Hit the button and it pops out in a half second.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW
now they have 250MB 100MB and they jumped to the 750MB wich hold 50MB more than a cd it was easy to install and setup and use and afordibale for those who don't have 400$ for a DVD-RW. ... Read more

76. Zip Us Power Supply

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77. Iomega 32359 40x12x48 External FireWire CD-RW Drive
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Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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  • High-speed external FireWire CD rewritable drive
  • Features 40x write, 12x rewrite, and 48x read speeds
  • 2 MB buffer
  • Includes Iomega's HotBurn software and more
  • Compatible with Macintosh and PC computers

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Does too work great with Macs!
Contrary to what another reviewer has said, this works fine with Mac OSX. The sotware that comes with the burner is for OS9 only, but, everything needed to use this drive is built in to OSX already. If you're running OS9, then just install the provided software, If you're running OSX, then just plug it in and go. To write data, just drag stuff to it in the finder, and then use the 'burn' menu item when you're ready. Use iTunes to make music CD's (standard, or MP3. To erase a CD-RW, use the Disk Utility application in the Applications/Utilities folder.

I give it 4 stars. Deducting 1 star for the noise level (only when burning), and the fact that the documentation doesn't tell you, and no one at Iomega knew, that you need to use Disk Utility to erase. If you're reading this, then that problem is solved.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Speed, Excellent Reliability, Iomega Name :-)
When looking for a new CD-R(W) drive, I wanted FireWire compatibility, fast speeds, and something which would be reliable. From the Iomega name and experience with other Iomega products, I knew the reliability factor would not be an issue. As for the others, I was very pleasantly surprised when I came upon this model.

I specifically use MacOS 9.2, and have not had any trouble with this drive. I am a bit baffled, actually, by the other reviews posted here noting problems using this operating system and this CD-RW drive, as both have worked flawlessly for me in the two months I have used this drive (almost daily).

One of the big selling points (which was not actually a requirement for me) is that this can handle mini-CDs. Trying to inset a mini-CD into slot-loading CD/DVD drives (such as the default CD-RW drive on the iMac) will destroy the drive.

The fast speeds are great. I am able to burn data CDs, audio CDs, and VideoCDs is about 1/6 - 1/8 of the time required for the default CD-RW drive in the iMac. (Copying CDs, however, naturally defaults to the speed of the slowest drive.) The only drawback is that drive access is incredibly noisy, but this can be used to determine from the next room how the burning process is progressing.

I strongly recommend this drive in conjunction with Toast 5 Titanium for Macintosh users. Without being forced to reinstall Toast, the program instantly recognized the new Iomega CD-RW drive. Also, while Toast would have problems using inexpensive blank CD media with the default internal iMac CD-RW drive, Toast has yet to have problems with inexpensive media on the Iomega CD-RW drive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very fast, a little noisy, but very portable too.
... I saw that Iomega had done essentially the same thing and felt that given the good experience I have had from my trusty USB 1.1 workhorse I would plunk down for one of these.


Installation on my PC was a snap - Windows XP recognized it immediately without the need for any special drivers and I was away. It comes with MusicMatch jukebox and some burning software but I already have Musicmatch and I am a Ahead Nero (ASIN: B00005BGB2) user so did not install it. Nero recognized the unit right away and I was able to use it's buffer-underrun protection (not available with my previous burner) and offered me the chance of burning at 40x (6Mb/sec)!


I dropped the single 40x 700Mb CD-R that the drive came with in to the unit, and put a full 700Mb file on to the disk in just over 3 minutes! It was quite noisy once it was wound up to full speed - lots of furious whirring and whooshing - but nothing alarming; it simply is darn fast. I enabled the "verify data" option in Ahead Nero and this was an even speedier operation, as the drive reads at 48x. Six minutes later I had a perfect, verified CD-R; my previous burner took over half an hour to achieve this! Progress indeed.


I was able to use some very inexpensive 32x media without problems too (burned at 32x too, of course) - my previous burners have often been fussy about the really bargain-basement CD-R's I've put in them sometimes, insisting on dropping down to 1x on occasion. Not so with this drive.


Physically it is "full-size" for a burner. It is not very heavy and the plastic casing feels well constructed. I like the fact that it comes with a second firewire port in the back so I can daisy-chain items. It came with a single, rather short, firewire cable. There is also a port in the back for a headphone-style socket and it came with a cable to connect this to your sound card. This is in addition to the usual headphone socket on the front of the unit complete with volume control.

All an in I am very pleased - it's very fast, completely portable, fully compatible with my (pretty standard) PC set-up and easy to use. Recommended.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
I have an earlier version of this same burner. Though the speeds aren't nearly as fast as this one, I see that even in the newest version, Iomega STILL hasn't fixed the bugginess of their burners. The reason I bought mine in the first place is because I thought anything with as reputable a name as Iomega would be a quality product. Wrong! I have had NOTHING but trouble with the drive and in the year I've had it, have probably only gotten 10 successful CDs from it.

Let's get moving Iomega.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not for Mac
Not good at all if you use a Mac. It didn't work with OS X 10.2. When I emailed Iomega tech support they said they don't support anything later than OS 9.1, and wern't too aplogetic about it. Too bad that OS went out of date almost 2 years ago. This might be a good drive, especially if it was still 1999, but it's 2002 and Iomega needs get with the game. ... Read more


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79. Iomega 31475 4x4x6 External USB CDRW Drive
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Average Customer Review: 2.97 out of 5 stars
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  • Store up to 650 MB data or 74 minutes of music on CD
  • External USB connection for Macs or PCs
  • Fast 125 millisecond access time
  • 2 MB buffer
  • Writing methods: disc at once, track at once, multisession, packet writing (fixed and variable)

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2-0 out of 5 stars Hit or Miss
I'm using it with an early iMac (Mac O.S. 8.6). I've made more "coasters" than CDs. Called Mac. I have the extended warranty on the iMac. They said that they get calls all the time about using Toast, the software included with this product. They said Toast has a problem with alot of Mac extensions.

For every CD i've "burned", i've ruined at least 1 blank CD. And i do it the same way everytime. One time it gives me some sort of error message. I do the exact same thing again, and it works fine. Yes, i am using the brand of blank CDs that Iomega recommended.

Had a little bit better luck storing data on a CD, but i've ruined a few blank CDs doing that also.

The guy at Mac said if i had at least O.S. 9 (or better) and got iToons it should work better. Maybe. Maybe not.

If you're using a slightly older Mac and want to "burn" music CDs, this will work. And when it works, it works great. But, you may need 50 blank CDs to actually "burn" 20. As far as data storage, 50 blanks will probably get you about 40-45 good discs. Well, at least that's been my experience.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Waste Your Money and Time
Even when it was brand new I had about a 75% success rate with this burner. After wasting many hours and blank CDs, that rate, 10 months later, is 0%. You'll easily make up the savings of this inexpensive burner if you spend a few dollars more and get a better burner--I've shelled out $50 in discarded CD-Rs since I got this.

1-0 out of 5 stars Unreliable
I recieved this drive as a gift Christmas 2001. Right off, burning CD's turned out to be a huge hassle as I had to "coaster" about half of the 50 or so CD's I attempted to burn in the first month. As it was pretty much the burner I was stuck with, I kept it, only to have it [fail]me by September 2002. Go with another brand.

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY
I was able to use my Iomega RW drive for a few months after I bought it. Then, one day, it would not recognize the drive. I have uninstalled and reinstalled many, many times and it still will not work. I have not been able to get any help from Iomega support. Also, sometimes the door to the drive would not open. I wish I had looked at the reviews before I bought it.

5-0 out of 5 stars what's all the fuss about?
Now, I'm sure I'll get a rash of unhelpful votes for this, but sometimes I wonder if when people complain about problematic, inconsistent hardware and software, the actual problem is human error.

Then again, I really don't understand how anybody could screw up installing and using this drive. Having read many of the comments on this page before buying it with some trepidation over a month ago, I went through the documentation on Iomega's site throughly. After a few hours of reading I realised that I should have just plugged in the drive, connected the USB, and turned on the computer and installed the sugessted software. It's that simple, despite what some would have you believe.

The drive has worked well for me so far, writing more than a dozen CDs in both audio and data format at the 4x max, and while this is rather slow, I'm using it primarilly for back-up and for the price (this drive is now available cheap as a refurbished product on Amazon) it was well worth it. Also, no coasters yet. Some have suggested using only quality media for burning, though I did try a no name disc and it burned without a problem. Mostly I've used HP media.

Some people have pointed out compatability problems with Toshiba notebooks, so if that's your system, beware, but for someone looking for a cheep external it's really rather hard to beat this product ... Read more

80. Iomega 33060 Nas 200D 480GB Tt W2K3 Ss Raid 0/1/5 Fixed
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Iomega 480GB NAS 200D Network Attached Storage with WWS 2003The Iomega NAS 200d Series 480GB storage servers deliver RAID-protected network storage with outstanding performance. But best of all, this technology integrates easily with your existing infrastructure without taxing your budget, installs in 15 minutes with plug-and-play network connectivity and intuitive installation tools, is effortless to maintain, schedule backups and save everything. Protect, manage and share your critical information with the premier Network Attached Storage Server designed specifically for small offices, remote offices, small-to-medium business and workgroup environments. ... Read more

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