Iomega MiniMax and UltraMax work with Leopard's Time Machine right out of the box

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Iomega’s newest MiniMax and UltraMax hard drives were designed with Leopard in mind. Both drives come preformated with HFS+, the file system used by Leopard (and previous version of OS X). So if you ever wanted to use the Time Machine system backup feature, literally all you’d have to do is plug the drive in and click “use drive for Time Machine,” no converting from Windows-friendly FAT32 or NTFS file systems required.

Both drives should be available today barring a FedEx strike or something, with the MiniMax starting at $180 for 500GB and the UltraMax at $190 for 500GB.

UltraMax [Iomega via Electronista]

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