Editors Liked

  • Encryption certifications for enterprise use, Dedicated onboard encryption hardware, Selfdestructs data and encryption keys if a bruteforce attempt is detected, Encryption keys are also encrypted at rest, No performance degradation, USB 3.1 integrated cab
  • Available in 500GB, 1TB, 2TB, 3TB, 4TB and 5TB capacities, NCSC CPA, FIPS 140-2 Level 2/3, NLNCSA BSPA and NATO restricted level certified, Real-time military grade AES-XTS 256-bit full disk hardware encryption, Common Criteria EAL4+ ready on-board secure
  • Build Quality (IP56 Certified Enclosure), PIN Authenticated, Security Measures (AES-XTS 256-bit Hardware Encryption/EDGE Chip/Interior Epoxy Layer), Very Good Performance (For A Portable HDD), Hardwired USB Cable, Available In 500GB/1TB/2TB/3TB/4TB/5
  • Build Quality (IP56 Certified Enclosure), PIN Authenticated, Security Measures (AES-XTS 256-bit Hardware Encryption/EDGE Chip/Interior Epoxy Layer), Good Performance (For A Portable SSD), Hardwired USB Cable, Available In 128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB/2TB/4T
  • The portability, The data encryption, The security provided by the keypad, The functionality
  • Highly secure portable USB 3.1 hard drive, Realtime hardware encryption with PIN authentication, Crossplatform support, no software required

Editors Didn't Like

  • Pricey compared to nonencrypted SSDs
  • Slightly larger and heavier than non-encrypted hard drives, Short USB 3.1 cable, Pricey
  • Price (For Some), USB Cable Length
  • Price (For Some), USB Cable Length
  • Maybe all of the drives should be SSD to further safeguard data by reducing the likelihood of the effect of minor bumps and drops that can easily damage the conventional hard drive
  • Write support requires thirdparty NTFS driver (macOS), Short integrated USB cable, Pricey