[CES 2010] Iomega rolls out its latest pocket-friendly NAS device to the masses, known as the iConnect Wireless Data Station. This simple method of introducing your entire USB storage into a network enables you to connect, share and access files anywhere, even over the Internet. Debuting at CES 2010, the iConnect Wireless Data Station does not have any onboard storage (hence the relatively svelte size), although it does enable users to hook up to a router (wired or wireless) in order to share content off four USB devices (hard drives or USB flash drives) automatically. This makes it a snap to share data, as it also works from any networked Windows PC, Mac or Linux workstation. The Iomega iConnect Wireless Data Station will be released worldwide later this January for $99.99, where each purchase comes with a three-year warranty.
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