Iyonix compatible USB Hard Drive


Iyonix compatible USB Hard Drive

Postby CJE/NCS Sales » Mon, 20 Feb 2006 20:39:55 GMT

CJE Micro's are now able to supply a USB Hard Drive for the Iyonix (40GB or
80GB) providing an easily transportable external backup or transfer device,
complete with its own PSU. Supplied RISC OS formatted for Iyonix users or
DOS formatted for Windows users.

RISC OS formatted drives cannot be accessed on other operating systems, and
currently can't be accessed via a Unipod.

40GB USB HD 125GBP inc VAT and Delivery
80GB USB HD 140GBP inc VAT and Delivery

Availability: In Stock!

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