A standalone device that safely manages all your passwords isn't exactly the worst of ideas, but the folks from Atek sure seem to have done their best to make it seem like one, at least if Wired's hands-on of the device is any indication. As you can see above, this one is a 1980s pocket calculator-style device, and requires that you enter all your passwords (up to 200 of 'em) cellphone-style using the apparently less-than-responsive keypad, which Wired describes as an exercise in frustration. On the upside, you do get a stylish faux-leather case with the device and, of course, a lanyard to ensure that you always have the device when you need it. $30 and it's yours.
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