Iomega’s new eGo external hard drives in the series come with virus protection. A six-month license of McAfee Virus Scan Plus comes with it.
The new eGo series included “Iomega Protection Suite”, a software collection that is mainly to protect users against viruses.
The manufacturer claims to also have the file on the eGo design and states that the storage devices are ‘extra shock-resistant “due to data protection Drop Guard. It protects the disks in case of up to 1.3 meters.
Users who are looking for an extra margin perhaps interested by the model eGo Black Belt. It features a black rubber band that will make it to withstand more than the rest of the series.
According to Iomega handle “black belt switch” drop of up to 2.1 meters.
In the aluminum case, we find a 2.5-inch hard drive powered by USB port. Ego drives weigh about 200 grams and comes in different colors.
A model with 320 gigabytes of storage costs about 995 dollars. For 500 gigabytes, you pay about 1290 dollars. The banded eGo BlackBelt also houses the 500 gigabytes and cost about 1490 dollars. The new external hard drives come onto the market in early June.