Tweaktown published a Corsair Flash Padlock 2 8GB 256-bit Encrypted Pen Drive Video Review
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Quote from review: "Today we take a look at a relatively new product from the folks over at Corsair and no, for once, it’s not a high-end speedy memory kit, but an interesting take on the old pen drive. If you are in the market for a pen drive, there is probably literally one million to pick from on the market these days. But if you are looking for one a little different or one with some solid data security for people out there that are paranoid about their precious or sensitive data... read on.
In February of this year, Corsair launched its Padlock 2 8GB pen drive, with part number CMFPLA8GB if you are trying to track it down. It looks very similar to previous pen drives produced by the American memory company in past years, except for something very important. It comes with hardware encryption from the folks over at ClevX. This technology provides the Padlock 2 with 256-bit AES hardware based encryption capacities for consumers who take their portable storage seriously. While 256-bit is not unhackable, it might as well be for the time it will take to break it and access the data."
Read the full Corsair Flash Padlock 2 8GB 256-bit Encrypted Pen Drive Video Review at tweaktown.