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Imation Link Power Drive (16GB)

Imation LINK Power Drive Portable 16GB Power and Data Storage for iPhone iPad and iPod Touch Devices

The Imation Link Power Drive (16GB) USB and Lightning-connected flash drive combines storage and battery backup into one compact solution.


  • Lightning Cable is MFI Certified
  • Transfer photos, videos and files from your iPhone or iPod touch to the LINK Power Drive to free up space.
  • Use the integrated power bank to charge your iPhone or iPod touch wherever you are, whenever you need it.
  • View content from your LINK Power Drive on your mobile device while you charge.
  • Features built-in standard USB and Apple Lightning connectors for transferring files between your computer and your iPhone or iPod touch.


Three of the Most Common Computer Problems

3 of the Most Common Computer Problems
…and What to Do About Them

With computers being such an integral part of our day-to-day lives, it’s little surprise that computer problems can quickly turn our worlds upside down.  Having a computer that won’t turn on, one that’s unbelievably slow or one that is acting plain weird can be a frustrating yet all-too-common experience. Thankfully, with a little effort on your part and access to an expert computer support team, the most common computer problems can be resolved quickly and efficiently.

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Data Recovery Might Not Be That Expensive

Data Recovery Might Not Be That Expensive

By Rory Cain

I could easily fill this page with expletives that have been used when an innocent hard disk gives up the ghost, goes belly up and journeys skyward to hard disk heaven. These words are usually louder and accompanied by banging and (often) whimpering when that crucial backup that was promised was ignored in favour of "getting stuff done".

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Computer Maintenance Fast Fixes – How to Stop Computer Problems in Your Office Before They Start

Computer Maintenance Fast Fixes

Okay sooner or later your office PC (personal computer) will have something go wrong with it. Like any other office machine, computers are subject to glitches, bugs and crashes caused by failing hardware or software. And in the long run your small business PC will be no different.

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