Lenovo ThinkPad USB 3.0 Secure Hard Drive

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84
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Score
There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.
84

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Lenovo's ThinkPad USB 3.0 Secure Hard Drive provides an unlikely combination of security, portability, speed, and simplicity, with full AES 256-bit encryption, a built-in keypad for password entry, and USB 3.0 for data transfer. You'll pay more for this drive than for other portable hard drives; a 750GB version goes for $199. But you won't have to worry about anyone getting into your files if you lose it. Just be sure to remember your passcode; enter the wrong one too often, and you'll have to go through a reset process — or even end up with a dead hard drive.

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