- Brand Name: Iomega
- Model Number: 34820
- Hard Disk Size: 1 TB
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 3 Years with Product Registration
- Hardware Platform: Mac
Iomega eGo Helium 1 TB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive 34820 (Silver)
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- Ultra Thin - Thin and lightweight USB 2.0 portable hard drive
- Stylish - Perfect match for the MacBook Air notebook (HFS+ formatted);compact silver design slips easily into a purse or briefcase
- Rugged - The Drop Guard feature which helps protect the drive when dropped up to 51" (40% above the industry average)!
- Secure -Trend Smart Surfing for Mac software (12-month subscription) protects your online experience,
- 3 Year Limited Warranty - with product registration
- Plus backup files with Iomega QuikProtect or MozyHome Online backup service (2GB free)
From the Manufacturer
Stylish, Compact Form!
Elevate your digital style with the lightweight, ultra-thin Iomega® eGo™ Helium Portable Hard Drive USB 2.0. Sporting a sleek enclosure, the eGo Helium comes HFS+ formatted and is the perfect companion for your MacBook Air notebook. Iomega's Drop Guard protection and Protection Suite software are both included to keep your drive safe!
Iomega® Protection Suite Included via DownloadIomega® Protection Suite is a comprehensive collection of valuable software to protect your data and computer that includes Trend Micro™ Smart Surfing for Mac (12 mo. Subscription), Roxio® Retrospect® Express Backup software, Iomega QuikProtect, and MozyHome™ Online Backup service (2 GB free). This software is included with your Iomega product purchase at no additional cost and available easily via download.
* Contents refers to number of songs, photos, orhours of video saved on a hard drive. Contents are calculated as follows—Songs (MP3): 128 kbps bit rate using 11:1 compression ratio, 4 min/song; Digital Photos: 2.5MB per JPG photo using a 6 mega pixel camera; DVD Video: 5.5 Mb/s (2.597 GB/hr) data rate. These examples are for illustrative purposes only. Results will vary based on file size and format, settings, features, software and other factors. One gigabyte (GB) = one billion bytes. One terabyte (TB) = one trillion bytes.
Top Customer Reviews
Customer support. My product was under warranty on day 3, and I could chat with iomega tech support who told me this product needed to be replaced. It was not nice that I would be charged $25 to do the shipping. They built the faulty product, why am I the customer out $25?
Amazon was great - giving me a full refund on the Iomega hard drive and the travel case I'd bought for it (since I won't need that now). And their return shipping was only $8.25
So now what? How do you return a drive that has a full backup of all your data? Normally I would destroy the disk, but you can't return a disk you've mashed with a hammer. Interesting conundrum.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The cord has a loose connection like other reviews said. I took a gamble, and this time it was the wrong move. I use this to back up my laptop. Read morePublished on June 9, 2014 by E. Fisher
This is the BEST external hard drive you could possibly buy!!! It's awesome!! Especially for backing up your system! : )Published on February 17, 2014 by brenda mello
this thing holds the key to my digital life i have a whole music collection consisting of over 200 days of live music as well as videos television series computer back ups and much... Read morePublished on January 14, 2013 by Dr. Hayden R. Griffin
Thought that I was really going to love this small and lightweight external drive...but it started working fine at first then everything went south. Read morePublished on January 5, 2013 by bernadine smith
This works flawlessly with my MacBook Pro and has been a life-saver recently. It is easy to use and definitely provides the needed back up.Published on December 5, 2012 by M
Reasonably priced, arrived on time and in one piece. Sturdily built and works just fine. I have had no problems with this device.Published on November 24, 2012 by Rick
I bought this portable hard drive about a year back and it has never worked right. Six months back it stopped reading the hard drive and would show only the folders ("movies") and... Read morePublished on October 7, 2012 by Faiz
The drive stopped working after 2 months. It would have been an inconvenience but Iomega support completely ruined the experience. Read morePublished on August 6, 2012 by Gene