Corsair unveiled its Flash Padlock 2 line a while back. The drive originally came in 8GB capacity and is designed to allow the user to west their own PIN number.
Without the correct PIN number, the computer that the flash drive is connected to won't recognize it and the data can’t be accessed. Corsair has announced today that a new 16GB version of the Padlock 2 is available to purchase.
Like the original version, the new 16GB uses the same PIN protection. The PIN number is user chosen and can be four to ten digits long. The drive is available right now, but Corsair offers no official pricing information.
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