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USBs, peripherals take center stage

Posted: 22 Dec 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:USB? flash drive? mobile memory?

IronKey
From the stone age of concrete USBs, we move to the glorious iron-age, with IronKey's S200 USB drive, which, like the cryptic key, also stakes its claim to be the most secure of its type currently available on the market.

The 16GB s200 is currently the only USB which meets FIPS 140-2, Level 3 validation, a requirement for devices in government agencies. It's apparently near unbreakable, tamper-resistant and most importantly features self-destruction circuitry for extra assurance, as well as a certain James Bond factor.

IronKey

The USB also comes with its own anti-malware and anti-virus scanning.

Adding to the little stick's security credentials is that it also sports AES-256 encryption, can be network restricted and set to read-only mode.

Gimmick sticks
Bottle opener USB
For those less concerned about security and more concerned with opening an ice-cold beverage, the USB bottle opener is the device of choice for aspiring tech McGyvers.

Bottle opener USB

Coming in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB portions, the USB is the perfect design for those who prefer to sip their data.


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