1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Well, what another disappointment from Iomega, not with the product per se, but with Iomega products tendancy to just giveup,
and die suddenly.
I used to have a whole set of Jazz disks, ( remember those ? ) which served well until the day the Jazz drive gave up and corrupted every disk inserted in it. Alas, too late did I notice the flaw until all by backups were irrecoverable screwed up.
Much the same as with the Iomega 500mb / 1T offering I am afraid. I have 2 1T drives and 1 500mb used as portable storage and they have been a considerable time saver for me what with jetting from UK, Germany, Portugal I can slip one in a PC laptop case and take the data… Read more
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I have got to say first off when I first got this piece of kit I was over the moon for I was hunting
for something I could use to consolidate my vast collection of CD's, tapes and MP3's into a coherant
modern system, and I could at last retire my collection of seperates.
I bought the WAC 7000 base and 2 stations and after a day I had it all wirelessly networked into my victorian townhouse, not an easy task since some walls are 4 feet thick. After various positioning attempts, I had all 3 boxes configured and available in my home LAN setup.
Next, load the CD's. The problems began. Some older and even new CD's would not read on the base station, so I resorted… Read more