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Kingston DataTraveler Locker


$80.00 Released April, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Gray metal swivel design/Company logo may be printed. Formats into two parts, one is password protected. 'Trusted Computer' allows specified or in-network computers to bypass the password.

The Cons:Password encryption software only works with Windows.

The Kingston DataTraveler Locker is a password-protected USB flash drive made with a gray metallic swivel that protects the connector. One can configure the amount of password-protected space they would like, leaving the rest as non-protected space.

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Once reformatted it will have two partitions, one unprotected and one password hidden, and, only accessible with the included DTEncryptor program. A 'Trusted Computer' setting allows other specified computers to bypass the password to access the hidden partition. As a final security measure if someone tries to infiltrate the hidden drive, after 10 attempts it will automatically lock down and reformat itself. Available capacities are 4GB, 8GB and 16GB and there is a program for printing a company logo on the metal swivel as well.. Windows Vista, 7 and Mac OS (10.4.x and 10.6.x) compatible, although the encryption ability is not available on a Mac.

Features

  • Two Partitions: encrypted and non-encrypted (includes DTEncryptor security software for Windows)
  • Secure(Privacy Zone): drive locks down and reformats after 10 intrusion attempts.
  • Capacities – 4GB, 8GB, 16GB
  • Dimensions – 2.58" x 0.71" x 0.41" (65.76mm x 17.98mm x 10.7mm)
  • Operating Temperature – 0° to 60°C / 32° to 140°F
  • Storage Temperature – -20° - 85°C / -4° to 185°F
  • Simple – Just plug into a USB port
  • Capless swivel design protects USB connector; no cap to lose
  • Co-Logo program available, gray metallic swivel

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    Gray metal swivel design/Company logo may be printed

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    Formats into two parts, one is password protected

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    'Trusted Computer' allows specified or in-network computers to bypass the password

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    Password encryption software only works with Windows

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