I/OMagic’s New EZ NetShare Makes Home Networking Easy; New 300GB, External 3.5” Network Hard Drive Allows for Secure Data Sharing
IRVINE, Calif. – I/OMagic Corporation (OTCBB:IOMG), a leading provider of data storage products, announced today the release of its EZ NetShare, a 300GB(a) external 3.5″ network hard drive. The EZ NetShare can be used for network storage in place of a server, and allows for the backup and sharing of data, music, photos or movies between an entire family or office of personal computers (PCs).
“The EZ NetShare drive is the user friendly solution to your high capacity data storage and networking needs,” said Don Wallis, vice president of Marketing for I/OMagic Corporation. “Now you can securely share storage space on a home or office network without a costly server. The growing popularity of sharing cable and DSL connections within the home creates a large number of new home networks that are perfect for this new technology.”
The I/OMagic EZ NetShare is connected to the network via Ethernet cable, the included NetShare driver software is then installed and files and folders can be shared between users. The EZ NetShare also provides password protection options for secure sharing of private data between users. An additional feature is its ability to connect into wireless routers for wireless access to stored files. The EZ NetShare drive can also function as a stand alone 300GB(a) external hard drive via its USB 2.0 high speed connection.
The I/OMagic EZ NetShare is compatible with Windows XP/2000 and ME. It has an introductory price of $299.99
(a) Note: 1 GB = 1 billion bytes.
A user’s total accessible memory/storage/data capacity will be less than stated as a result of the user’s operating system and other factors.
I/OMagic is a leading provider of data storage products (such as CD-RW and DVD+/-RW drives, USB Portable Storage Devices and floppy drives, including its MediaStation, DataStation, and GigaBank products). The Company sells products under three brand names — I/OMagic, Hi-Val and Digital Research Technologies — through nationally-recognized computer, consumer electronics and office supply superstores and other retailers.