byNilay Patel||September 25th 2007 at 6:29amSeptember 25th 2007 6:29 am
Apple Expo kicks off today and Iomega's using the party to launch an array of new and updated Mac-centric (read: HFS+ formatted) storage solutions. The UltraMax line (pictured above) gets the most love, with three tiers of drives now available: the $599 UltraMax Desktop Pro in FireWire 800 / 400 / USB 2.0 and USB 2.0 / eSATA flavors with 1.5TB of RAID storage, the quad-interface UltraMax Desktop in $219 500GB and $319 750GB versions, and a $189 FireWire 400 / USB 2.0 500GB base model. Mac Mini users also get a new $179 750GB MiniMax drive with three USB 2.0 ports and three FireWire 400 ports built-in, while travelers score some love with the new eGo drive, which packs up 160GB ($159) or 250GB ($259) of storage in a sleek form enclosure that supports both FireWire 400 and USB 2.0. Pics of all the new gear in the gallery for those of you needing some more tasteful press photography in your lives.