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Brando Padlock Flash Drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on April 12th, 2011

If you like your flash drives to look like other things, that’s cool. But do you really want it to look like a Padlock? Well, if so, then check out Brando’s new USB Lock Flash Drive. It looks like a brass padlock. Instead of a keyhole, it sports a USB connector.

The flash drive comes in 2GB for $21, 4GB for $24 and 8GB for $34. It looks like it is wide enough that some USB ports may get blocked when it is plugged in though and that isn’t good.

Aegis Padlock Secure Hard Drive

Posted in Storage by Conner Flynn on August 20th, 2009

Aegis Padlock Secure Hard DriveApricorn has introduced its Aegis Padlock Secure Hard Drive that sports a keypad so that users can enter PIN numbers to access the data inside. So if you lose the drive, it can’t be accessed without the PIN number. This drive also features AES-128 or 256 bit encryption to keep things safe when connected to your machine through a USB 2.0 cable and it’s cross-platform compatible.

Another interesting aspect is an administrator feature that allows you to set up to ten user IDs and one administrator, so that others can have direct access to the information. Some other features include a 16-point omnidirectional shock mounting system and it will come in 250GB, 320GB and 500GB storage capacities.

Flash Padlock secures USB drive data with keypad

Posted in Corsair,Storage,USB by Nino Marchetti on August 16th, 2007

Corsair Flash PadlockProving USB drives can both be ugly and functional Corsair rolled out today the Flash Padlock. This manual security code dependent device is available in 1GB ($30) and 2GB ($40) capacities.

What is perhaps most interesting about the Corsair Flash Padlock is that you can set a PIN up to 10 digits long for accessing the drive’s contents. You have to then enter this PIN on the keypad built into the drive’s body. The Flash Padlock also seems noteworthy for its security feature of automatically locking itself when you remove it from an attached PC.