The new USB 2.0 powered models store up to 500GB, and include a suite of backup and anti-virus tools as well as the company's Drop Guard technology to prevent damage if the drive falls onto a hard surface.
"The new Iomega eGo Portable Hard Drives are the perfect companions for home users and professionals that want to take their files anywhere with the assurance of a superior rugged portable drive that has style to spare and a compact form with flair," said Iomega president Jonathan Huberman.
The 2.5in drives are stored in a 16mm anodised aluminium casing, and are certified to be protected from drops of nearly 1.3m. The units also ship with a six-month subscription to McAfee VirusScan Plus, Iomega's QuikProtect file backup software, EMC's Retrospect Express or Express HD for system level backups, and 2GB of web-based storage through MozyHome Online Backup.
The new drives also ship with a USB 'Y' cable, which enables owners to use a single USB 2.0 port or two USB ports to power the drive, if needed.
The 320GB models are priced at around £80, while the 500GB models should sell for £110.
Iomega plans in June to release the range with multiple interface combinations, as well as a fourth version, the BlackBelt Portable Hard Drive 500GB, which comes with a black eGo Power Grip Belt and will be able to sustain drops of up to 2.1m.
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