Kingston Technology Introduces Its New DataTraveler Secure USB Drives

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Kingston Technology, today launched the DataTraveler Secure - a new line of durable, waterproof USB 2.0 Flash drives featuring industry-leading hardware-based encryption to safeguard critical data.

The new DataTraveler Secure joins Kingston Technology’s family of DataTraveler USB drives and is ideal for professionals and SME users. Capable of withstanding harsh operating conditions, the new DataTraveler Secure features a revolutionary new waterproof titanium-coated stainless steel casing.

Its waterproof rating conforms to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 60529 IPX8 standard to protect against water damage to depths of up to four feet. Controlled access and data protection is provided via a 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) hardware-based encryption, enabling information to be encrypted and decrypted by authorized users, without the need for special software.

The DataTraveler Secure drives are performing at the top of their class with 24 MB/sec read and 10 MB/sec write speeds, and are available in capacities of up to 4 GB.

If you're interested in more information about the DataTraveler Secure, please click the link.

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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11-10-2006, 07:51:04

FragTek
Orbs have a great design, but flawed because they aren't copper... i mean what gives Tt?? We demand copper!

11-10-2006, 12:38:52

Rastalovich
Do they every specify the surface area as opposed to "140 fins" ?

11-10-2006, 13:07:28

Kempez

Do they every specify the surface area as opposed to "140 fins" ?



It sounds bigger that way :p

11-10-2006, 16:52:55

NickS
Sexy looking :). Now throw an ATi badge in the middle of the fan and it's a Crossfire Certified CPU heatsink, LOL. Just like the nVidia certified Zalman.

12-10-2006, 06:34:45

Harrythepot

Orbs have a great design, but flawed because they aren't copper... i mean what gives Tt?? We demand copper!



Im with FragTek on this one i think there is only one copper cpu cooler that Tt have made and that was called the beetle, it was a HUGE CPU cooler.

is it just me of is the Tt website slow

12-10-2006, 06:36:39

Kempez
The Big Typhoon was Copper wasn't it?

Damn nice cooler that :)

12-10-2006, 06:40:55

Harrythepot
[QUOTE=Kempez]The Big Typhoon was Copper wasn't it?

Damn nice cooler that :)[/QUOTE]


Yeah it is copper

Copper Base & Aluminum Fin (142Fin)

12-10-2006, 07:33:54

Ham
Umm Zalman rip?

12-10-2006, 07:35:24

Jim

Umm Zalman rip?



Pretty blatant one at that tbh :arsey:

12-10-2006, 07:37:22

FragTek

Pretty blatant one at that tbh :arsey:


A lesson should be learned here: If you're going to steal someone elses design, at least make your product as or BETTER than what you've blatantly copied. :nutkick:
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