The unit can be set up and managed without a PC using an external display, keyboard, and mouse.
It also has an HDMI port to allow connection to a television or monitor.
Up to 6 terabytes of storage, RAID 0 and 1, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth are all supported.
Lenovo EMC is part of Lenovo's Enterprise Products Group.
Iomega designed and manufactured a range of products intended to compete with and ultimately replace the 3.5" floppy disk, notably the Zip drive.
Lenovo EMC designs products for small and medium-sized businesses that cannot afford enterprise-class data storage.
Lenovo EMC is part of a broader partnership between the two companies announced in August 2012.
Mc Afee e Policy Orchestrator is included for centralized security management.
All THINK-branded systems from Lenovo pre-installed with Windows 8.1 include Lenovo EMC Storage Connector in order make discovery and set-up of the 400d and other Lenovo EMC NAS devices smoother.
Initial Iomega products connected to a computer via SCSI or parallel port; later models used USB and Fire Wire (1994).
Lenovo EMC's current product portfolio includes network-attached storage products, external hard drives, multimedia drives, and removable storage technology.
Among those affected were KLM, ING Group, and Ballast Nedam, who all had confidential material leaked in this manner.