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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 /

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September 25, 2007 at 6:29AM
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Iomega's got a soft spot for Mac users (or pre-formatted HFS+ drives), as its two new external storage options both come ready to rock on OS X. On the desktop side, a whopping 1TB now sits behind the unmistakable cheese-grater grille (up from the previous 640GB and 750GB options) in the latest Ultra

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Iomega must really like making hard drives aimed at Apple users, or either its MiniMax for the Mac mini and the new UltraMax 640GB drive are completely coincidental. Whatever the case, this new 640GB HDD rocks dual 320GB SATA drives in a RAID 0 or 1 array, and sports an enclosure that any Mac Pro (

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