Iomega iConnect Broadcasts Your USB Media Around the House [CES 2010]

January 5, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

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Iomega have revealed the iConnect Wireless Data Station at CES 2010. It’s a device for those of you looking for a convenient way to organize your USB-accessible media in a manner which makes it accessible from anywhere around the house.


The device can connect to four USB devices of any type – supporting both USB hard drives and flash drives – and make their contents available over a wireless network, which can be accessed from a computer running any popular operating system – be it Windows, Linux, or Mac OS.

It doesn’t have a built-in storage though, so you’ll have to rely entirely on the USB devices to provide you with media. On the other hand, this makes the iConnect very small and compact in size, allowing you to place it anywhere and not be bothered by it.

It’s coming out later this month and will cost $99.99, which also gets you a three-year warranty. If you still find yourself tripping on your home entertainment system’s countless cables, this could provide you with a very effective solution.

[ Via UberGizmo ]

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