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    TechXNY 2004 PCExpo
    Author: Renz
    Date Posted:22/10/2004 11:58.54
    SLRating: SLRating: 7/10
    Bottom Line: The last time I visited TechXNY, PCExpo then, the show almost filled the entire floor space in the Javits Center. Three years later, and with several conferences pulling the plug, I was surprised to see the show shrink to almost half the size I remembered. With two major conferences pulling out I was hoping for a stronger showing here even if DititalLife was just around the corner.

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    Iomega and DLT

    Iomega

    Iomega had another large booth at the show, displaying everything from their REV drives to their Mini. The Rev is their new generation of portable storage, with a capacity of 35 Gigs uncompressed on a cartridge approximately half the size of a Peerless disk.

    Iomega’s Booth

    The Rev

    Inside the Rev

     

    DLT

    Considering a tape backup? Look no further than DLT. Their value line, the DLT VS80, is SCSI based and costs around $800 so backing up your priceless data should not carry a premium price.

    DLT lineup and roadmap



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