Iomega today announced the launch of a curious product: its new Mac Companion drive not only complements Apple's current computer design very well, as it also offers a USB port for charging iPads, iPhones or iPods.
On the front of the drive, there are four white LEDs that indicate how much internal space has already been used by the person. At the rear, it has an additional FireWire port for connecting chain devices (daisy-chaining).
The drive itself connects to the Mac via FireWire 400/800 or USB 2.0, featuring 7,200RPM HDDs with capacities of 2TB ($ 195) and 3TB ($ 295). It has a three-year warranty.