Iomega Hits, Misses, and Memories

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for the lolz

My GF showed me this amazing deal. It was a 1 terabyte hdd for a 100 dollars less than the competition... And now i know why lol. because Iomega was being bought up.. I'm assuming they wouldn't have to honor any warranties if they were bought up.... right?

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Marcus_Soperus

Iomega isn't vanishing or going out of business, and it would be an act of collosal stupidity for EMC to blow off existing Iomega customers right when it's trying to build a new division around the company. Deals like this often come around because new products are coming down the pike, so don't worry about the warranty.
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It's amazing how illogical a business built on binary logic can be.

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Evil Don

"Imation's LS-120 (120GB) and LS-240 (240GB) SuperDisk"

It should read: "Imation's LS-120 (120MB) and LS-240 (240MB) SuperDisk".

Megabytes not Gigabytes.

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Marcus_Soperus

It's hard to remember back when MB capacities ruled the roost!
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It's amazing how illogical a business built on binary logic can be.

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Talcum X

Great write-up. I wondered what Iomega was up to these days. Haven't heard much of them these past few years.

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