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Iomega Media Xporter

As we all know, modern gamers are constantly on the move, so what better way to keep your data handy at all times than with Iomega's latest portable multimedia drive, the Media Xporter? Weighing in at a whopping 160 gigs, you can store 2,960 hours of music, 240 hours of video, 640,000 pictures, or simply use the Xporter as a hard drive for game demos and data. The Xporter has a couldn't-be-easier plug-and-play USB interface with no annoying disc-swapping or driver installation, and is completely universal. That's right - you can use this monster on your Xbox 360, Playstation 3, PC, or Mac without having to reformat a single kilobyte. The hard drive itself is small and stylish enough to fit in your pocket, not to mention incredibly resilient, so your data is guaranteed safe storage on the tiny but mighty multimedia drive. From sharing your favorite episodes of South Park with friends to bringing your Beatles collection into Liberty City, the Xporter is a great deal for the gamer on the go!
Price: USD$104.45

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