Reviews & hands-on

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Iomega eGo Portable 250GB hard drive review

    By 8 February 2008

    Whether it’s for backing up your computer’s hard drive or taking files with you on the move, portable hard drives have never been larger, or cheaper, than right now. Portable drives aren’t as cost-effective as desktop versions, or as quick, but...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Iomega Micro Mini 8Gb hard drive review

    By 6 January 2006

    Portable storage has come a long way in a short time, and continues to impress: who would have thought a couple of years ago that you could get 8Gb of plug and play data storage in something the size of a credit card (well a half inch thick pile of them...

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    Iomega Micro Mini 128MB USB 2.0 External Drive review

    By 3 August 2004

    With the need to carry more and more storage in your pocket for the larger attachments that get emailed back and forth nowadays, it was only a matter of time before we weren’t happy with the overall stick size when half a year ago, it would have been...

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    Iomega Super DVD Writer USB2 review

    By 4 May 2004

    Iomega has a habit of launching new formats of its own before taking a while to catch up with what’s popular, open-ended and widely used. This is the case with its Super DVD range. However by including DVD-RAM support, Iomega keeps one eye out for the...

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    Iomega rev 35Gb/90Gb Removable Hard Disk Drive review

    By 28 April 2004

    When CDs and DVDs first arrived in 1982 and 1997 respectively, the general understanding from manufacturers was that tape was done with and we should all upgrade to the new, improved digital offering. After all, tape, whilst reliable, degrades over time....

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    Iomega CD-RW 48x 24x 48x DVD-ROM 16x review

    By 13 November 2003

    Portable can mean two things. One that you can slip it in your pocket, take it anywhere without a care in the world, the other is that is might just be possible to grab it in a fire. The Iomega CD-RW 48x 24x 48x DVD-ROM 16x is unfortunately the latter....

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    Iomega HDD 250Gb USB/FireWire Desktop Hard Drive review

    By 13 November 2003

    With the world going digital one thing we all need is more hard drive space. Whether it's transferring your entire CD collection to a digital medium, or storing vast amounts of picture or video files it is something that we can't get by without. Iomega...

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    Iomega Super DVD Writer review

    By 13 November 2003

    When Betamax launched in the UK some 20 odd years ago it was a revolutionary format that brought the power of the cinema into your living room. Soon after VHS launched offering the same thing. Suddenly to an unknowing public you had two formats vying...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Iomega Zip 750 USB2.0 Drive review

    By 12 November 2003

    Since its original incarnation this humble zip disk has come a long way. Launched at a time when 100Mb was still a large amount of space the disk while still widely used has had a hard time fending off the likes of CD-RWs, USB keys and other such devices....