Paying a $1.65 per gigabyte is rather steep because the Iomega Silver series will cost $169.95 for the 80 GB and $219.95 for 120GB model. It’s got Hi-Speed USB 2.0 and Firewire connections, and will work with both Mac OS X and Windows. It weighs less than 6 ounces, and use Iomega’s durable Drop Shock technology to help protect the drive and data from damage in the event you might accidentally drop it. I like that both drives are USB-powered which eliminates the need to lug around a separate external power supply. Overall, these two lightweight portable drives make a great solution for traveling photographers and videographers. Recording in high definition takes up a lot of space, so having access to a portable drive is extremely convenient.