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May 19, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:35pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Iomega Corp still has not announced OEM customers for its n.hand storage disks despite saying in November that it expected devices supporting the technology to be available in the second half of this year (CI No 3,039). Iomega now says it does not have a specific time frame for the announcement, although it is aiming for the year end or early next year. The Roy, Utah-based company’s 20Mb storage card is about half the size of a business card and designed for all manner of consumer devices such as digital cameras, cellular phones, handheld games and personal digital assistants. The devices will come in at around $10 making them a strong competitor to flash memory. In the case of a digital camera, the disk would be enough to hold 50 to 80 re- recordable images. N.hand will compete with flash memory cards.

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