Victorinox Launches Swiss Army Drive

Posted: Mar 27 2010, 7:46am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:14pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
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Welcome to the glorious Swiss Army future. The same company you trust for your utility knives has just launched a new ultra secure USB drive. Victorinox claims that their Secure Pro USB drive is totally 'unhackable'. As much as I love this company, I can't help but think that title smacks a little bit of hubris. The Titanic was billed as 'unsinkable', and we all know how that ended up.

This tamper-proof drive opens by fingerprint recognition, and also packs in a thermal scanner. That way, a severed finger alone won't be enough to unlock the drive. This ultra-secure USB stick will self-destruct if it detects any evidence of tampering. This drive ranges in size from 8 GB to 32 GB and features an LED light, retractable ball point pen, blade, scissors, nail file, screw-driver, and key ring.

Sounds awesome, right up until you get to the cost. The Secure Pro USB drive starts at 50 pounds (British) and goes all the way up to 150.

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