Iomega today introduced a redesign of its lineup of Iomega-branded external hard drives. New features of the 7200 RPM drives include a stackable design, a drive stand for space-saving vertical placement that can be stowed in the drive case when not in use, and a high-gloss black finish. In addition, a Kensington security slot is built in and an on/off switch adds the option of powering down the drive manually. Three new families of external hard drives were announced today: USB 2.0 only (shipping October 5, 2004 in 120GB, 160GB, and 250GB capacities), Dual-Interface USB 2.0 and FireWire 400 (shipping October 15, 2004 in 120GB, 160GB, and 250GB capacities), and Triple-Interface USB 2.0, FireWire 400, and FireWire 800 (shipping November 5, 2004 in 160GB, 250GB and 400GB capacities.