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Iomega 1TB MiniMax Hard Drive FireWire 800/USB


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Is it good
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The only issue with Iomega drives is you don't know what hard drive is in the case. I got a 1TB external as it was the only drive at the time locally with FW400, 800 and ESata. It has a Seagate 7200 RPM 1TB SATA in it.

I like to know what drive is in what I purchase if I can.

The MiniMax drives stack with a Mac Mini I guess. I would say search and see if someone like Amazon or New Egg are selling that drive and read the reviews to see if people are having issues.
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Iomega make pretty good products but suggest shopping around for price below Apple Store:_

Iomega 1TB MiniMax Hard Drive FireWire 800/USB - Apple Store (U.S.)
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i al ready looked around i, lets just say i ordered it, i just want to make sure its as good as it looks
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Every decent review I read seemed positive. Let us know how it works.

Do you have a Mini? It will stack with the Mini and look great.
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no i have and imac but i lve products that match macs, ill buy anything made of brushed aluminum

i think al buy the Hang With Mi Mount Bracket for the mac mini and use that to mount it
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