Physically Locked USB Flash Drive

By: Alex Covert - Published: Jul 29, 2007   Updated: Jun 16 2011 • References: en.red-dot.org
I'm surprised they didn't name this Fort Knox due to its seemingly impenetrable nature. There are three layers of protection provided by this flash drive: a steel cable makes sure no one walks off with your drive, a combination lock ensures the entire stick remains safe inside, and a data encryption function digitally guards your data. Not so much Bond as Houdini in my opinion.

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