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Iomega 750 MB Zip Cartridge PC/MAC (8-Pack) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 750mb Capacity
- Dual Platform ZIP Disk
- for PC/MAC Formats
- Packaged in Clear Plastic Storgae Cases
- Scratch-Resistant to keep your data safe
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MODEL- 32461 VENDOR- IOMEGA CORPORATION FEATURES- Zip 750MB Disk- Pack of 8 PC and Mac compatible brick package.
From the Manufacturer
Iomega Corporation provides easy-to-use, high-value storage solutions to help people protect, secure, capture, and share their digital valuables. Iomega's award-winning storage products include the popular Zip 100 MB and Zip 250 MB drives and the Zip 750 MB drive.
All Zip disks are pre-formatted, protected by a rigid plastic shell, and offer shirt-pocket convenience. Zip disks are durable and can easily shrug off the bangs, bumps and scratches that can ruin CD-R and CD-RW discs. And, because Zip disks are inherently rewritable, users don't have to stock one type of disk for write-once operations and another type for rewritable operations. The same Zip disk does it all with superior rewritable performance and durability.
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I wasn't aware of it having been sent out twice. They did correct the error and the package did arrive. I wish it hadn't taken so long, but mistakes are easy to make and we all make them. So all is well that ends well.
The 750mb? Not so reliable in my experience. I had a brand-new Zip 750mb disk die on me in the last few weeks. Within a few minutes, it was so badly corrupted that MS Windows could not format or even see the disk. Hardware failure. Gone was my "convenient" back-up. As dead as the disk. And this was not the first one to die on me! (I am talking about the disk, not the drive. Without the disk, the drive is worthless).
So I contacted the Iomega support people. Had to call them, because the website support sucks. Very friendly they were, but they would not replace the disk. Never mind that the disk has a five year warranty. No sir. I had to produce the proof of purchase. Well, the 750mb disk format has not even been out for five years, so that request defies logic. Who keeps the receipt for an cheap disk?
Suffices to say, this is where my 10 year old relationship with Iomega ends. When I back up data, I expect the media to be reliable.