Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

While online cloud services are all the rage these days (and for good reason), some of us still prefer the tangibility of a good old flash drive to transport our data. To help keep your information away from prying eyes, the Toshiba Encrypted USB flash drive is the only thumb drive you’ll ever need.

Available in your choice of either 4GB, 8GB, 16GB or 32GB, this nifty little device features a mini-keypad (exposed by removing the protective cover) complete with lock/unlock indicator that allows users the ability to set a passcode to access the information on their drive. It works on any computer system with a USB 2.0 port, and requires no external software or drives to operate. The military grade device is certified for government use, supports both admin and user independent pins, and is both dust and water resistant thanks to the aluminum housing. As an added secruity feature, the drive will automatically lock upon removing it from the USB port. [Purchase]

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