Iomega external hard drive asks for your MacBook Air's hand in marriage

The Apple MacBook Air laptop is popular for its sleek design and portability, but the small hard drive capacities are limiting for digital packrats.

Justin Yu Associate Editor / Reviews - Printers and peripherals
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The eGo Helium drive from Iomega really loves your MacBook Air and would like to respectfully ask for its hand in marriage.

You see, the two were virtually cut from the same cloth and share an uncanny amount of similarities. From their subtle gray chassis (off topic: what's the plural of chassis? Yep, chassis) and their finely shaped edges to their proprietary file formatting system (HFS+), they're so in touch with each other that $143 seems like chump change to pay for the wedding.

The only thing missing in your MacBook's life is just a little extra space, and the eGo Helium drive is ready to provide her with 320 gigabytes of pure storage love. If ever there were a reason for these two not to be joined in the chains of marriage, speak now or forever hold your peace.

Ahem, we've got one or two--check out our full review of the Iomega eGo Helium for more details.