Corsair unveils PIN-protected Flash Padlock 2 USB drive

By Jos
Feb 19, 2010
  1. Keeping sensitive data safe from prying eyes is a big concern when it comes to portable storage. Should your USB flash drive fall into the wrong hands the consequences could be disastrous -- or embarrassing to say the least. With that in mind Corsair introduced the original Flash Padlock back in 2007, featuring a keypad right on the enclosure that allowed users to access their secured data by entering a PIN code.

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  2. TomSEA

    TomSEA TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,508   +550

    That's a pretty cool device. A little more than double the price of a normal 8GB stick, but the security options are worth it if you carry around a lot of sensitive data.
  3. Punkid

    Punkid TS Guru Posts: 419

    yea i agree with tom ,very usefull if uve got sensitive data
  4. satty

    satty TS Rookie Posts: 27

    But hardware based secured partition or privacy zone method is quite enough for this purpose(costs much less). And it is virtually inaccessible(only if you have a strong password however)
  5. Does it come with a lanyard/neckstrap?
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