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Wednesday, 10 March 2010 10:49

Corsair shows its new Padlock 2 drive

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cebit 2010: Looks quite good

Corsair has been showing its new Padlock 2 USB flash drive at Cebit and we were quite keen to learn what is the difference between the original Padlock and this new drive. The first and main difference is that this time around, Padlock looks like something that really comes from Corsair as it has the looks and build of a Voyager drive.

Another difference which can be easily considered the most important one, is that Corsair has included both the PIN lock and 256-bit hardware encryption, while the old one was limited only to a 4-10 PIN digit lock. It also comes with a fail safe which locks the device for 2 minutes after repeated failed attempts at unlocking.

The Padlock 2 will be available only as an 8GB version and will feature a limited 10 year warranty.

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