I/O Magic announces remodelled 1TB HDD

I/OMagic announced the launch of their new remodeled TeraBank™ 1000GB (1TB) external USB 2.0 hard disk drive. The new TeraBank 1000GB external hard disk drive comes in a more sturdy, sleek, black and silver enclosure, and is an attractive and easy add-on to a personal computer to hold large amounts of data in a smaller enclosure than ever before.

“We are excited to bring to the market an affordable, smaller and more attractive large capacity drive,” said Tony Shahbaz, CEO. “The modern design is an example of our commitment to products that are as stylish as they are practical and reliable. With a SRP of $299.99 (about Rs 13,000) our TeraBank 1000GB drive breaks the $300.00 price barrier for this capacity drive showing our continued efforts to make new technologies available to everyday consumers.”

“With an ever changing market, PC consumers are turning more and more to their computers for safe reliable storage of digital libraries of photos, videos and music, as well as business documents,” says Don Wallis, VP of Marketing. “The TeraBank 1000GB external storage system is user friendly and provides vast amounts of storage capacity for consumers ever increasing storage needs.”

The TeraBank 1000GB easily connects to desktops (PCs), notebook personal computers (Laptops), or a MAC, with a high-speed USB 2.0 connection for optimal performance. The drive comes with a power adapter and a USB 2.0 cable to connect the high-speed USB 2.0 port of a computer for a fast maximum transfer rate of up to 480MB per second; the TeraBank 1000GB also works with USB 1.1 ports but at slower speeds.

I/OMagic’s TeraBank 1000GB 3.5" external hard disk drive has a one-year warranty and it supports Windows XP/2000/ME.

*Note: 1 GB = 1 billion bytes, 1 TB (terabyte) = 1 trillion bytes.

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