Super secure your data with the Padlock Encrypted Hard Drive.

by Mike
Posted August 20th, 2009 at 7:14 am

Maybe the Personal Safe Flash drive doesn’t hold enough data for your liking. Do you need gigs upon gigs of secure storage? Where the Personal Safe flash drive falls short, the Padlock Encrypted Hard Drive excels. What truly makes this drive a secure powerhouse is that it is secured at the hardware level meaning that if a half-way intelligent thief rip the drive out of the case, your data will still be secured by either 128 or 256 bit encryption. Adding a further monkey wrench into any prying eyes can be easily accomplished by activating an admin password that can be set to override the original code!

Of course, what good is a portable hard drive if you have to carry a dozen different cables. Thankfully this miniature Fort Knox in a case is bus powered meaning all the juice and data transferring you can handle are taken care of by a solitary cable. Said cable retracts into the case for the ultimate low profile design when toting this thing around. Rounding out the list of notable features is the addition of shock proof mounts meaning that this drive is up to experiencing real life and isn’t just meant to sit on the desk and look pretty. Windows and OS X are both supported so it doesn’t matter which side of the fence you’re on, your data is good to go. As far as pricing goes, there are a few choices. If you want to dip your toe into the whole encrypted data scene, the 128 bit, 250 GB hard drive will set you back $100. Though if you’re extra paranoid and/or have a mountain of data, the 256 bit, 500GB hard drive runs $160 and may be more to your liking.

So what will it be, the Personal Safe Flash drive or the Padlock Encrypted Drive?

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Source: Wired, Macworld

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