PNY IronKey 4GB Flash Drive Review

Posted: Dec 11 2007, 9:27am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:16am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

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If you are a user of flash drives for transporting data that is sensitive or personal in nature, you should consider an encrypting flash drive like the PNY IronKey 4GB flash drive we are testing today.

This flash drive is encased in an attractive brushed aluminum case and features always on hardware encryption that encrypts everything you save to the drive as it is written. The drive also feature secure web browsing software.

Review excerpt: “Setting up the PNY IronKey 4GB flash drive is easy and when you first plug the drive into your USB port an onscreen menu pops up to prompt you to initialize the drive. This includes accepting a couple user agreements and choosing your password for the drive. The IronKey then generates the AES keys needed for encryption your data.” Read the full PNY IronKey 4GB flash drive review here.

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