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Portable storage for the paranoid: We test two secure USB drives on keypad vs. software security

Jon L. Jacobi | March 20, 2015
Encrypted storage on a stick is expensive, so consider security method as well before you buy. We test examples of each approach.

On the other hand, the Kingston Data Traveler 4000 G2 is far faster with large files. That can be a real time-saver depending on your usage. My biggest beef with the 4000 G2 is the retail price price of the 64GB model. But if you shop around, you can find it discounted online at roughly the same price as the 64GB Aegis Secure Key 3.0.

I rated both products with the same four stars, so this is a pick-'em based on your preferred method of access. You will start more conversations with the keypad. 


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