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Apricorn launches Aegis Padlock Secure portable USB drive for paranoia on the go

Laura June Dziuban
August 20, 2009
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We're fairly certain a lot of you out there have plenty of data that needs... securing. Apricorn's just announced its Aegis Padlock Secure USB drive with keyboard for keeping your data safe via PIN. Sure, it's not as good looking as Lenovo's ThinkPad Portable hard drive, but it should get the job done, right? The drive comes in AES-128 or 256 bit hardware encryption flavors, and up to 500GB capacity. Prices start at $99 and $119 for the 250GB models in 128 and 256 bit, respectively, and they're available right now. Go ahead -- indulge yourself in the idea that someone is after your Mr T. JPEG collection.

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