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Lexar adds capacity meter plus to JumpDrive Secure II

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
May 14, 2007
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Lexar just added another USB flash drive with an E-Ink capacity meter to their lineup: the JumpDrive Secure II Plus. In fact, that meter is the only thing differentiating this product from their JumpDrive Secure II with 256-bit AES encryption. Well, that and a higher price tag. The new drives are in stores now in capacities up to 4GB with an 8GB version "coming soon." We tracked a 2GB model down online for $50, we're sure you can do the same.

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