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While the cloud has appeared just in time to offer free and easy access to gigabytes of storage space, some people like to keep their data close to hand. Here are some of the best storage devices money can buy that will help you keep your data safe.
$5 off Lexar Echo MX Secure LEHMX128BSBNA 128GB USB 2.0 flash drive
$5 off PNY P-FD64GTBOP-GE 64GB turbo USB 3.0 flash drive w/ lanyard
Up to $80 off select SanDisk Cruzer USB flash drives
$5 off PNY P-FD64GTBOP-GE 64GB USB 3.0 turbo flash drive
As an effective data recovery tool, iSunshare Data Genius recovers lost data without damage. No matter data lost by careless deletion,...
WD 2TB USB 3.0 HDD, 64GB Flash Drive $107
Kingston 16GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive $9
Autostart of any files and portable software, once a USB flash drive or hard disk to the computer will connected. In addition, will...
Lexar 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $23
PNY 8GB Eraser USB Flash Drive $5
$3 off HP V165w P-FD32GHP165-EF 32GB USB 2.0 flash drive
$3 off HP v125w P-FD128HP125-GE 128GB USB 2.0 flash drive
$5 off PNY P-FD64GTBOP-GE 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive
$2 off PNY P-FDI32G/APPMT-GES3 32GB USB 2.0 flash drive
$3 off PNY P-FDI16G/APPMT-GES3 16GB capless USB 2.0 flash drive
$30 off PNY P-FD256TBOP-GE 256GB USB 3.0 turbo flash drive
If your Android smartphone lacks a MicroSD card slot and supports USB On The Go, this flexible flash drive could solve your storage expansion problem.
A USB stick you can expand and connect via wi-fi to devices that lack USB ports? SanDisk's wireless flash drive is handy, but not perfect.
Here are my top five storage devices, ranging from something you can pop into your pocket, to a whopping 24TB RAID enclosure.
Hackers have come up with an ingenious way to bypass the Microsoft's AutoRun protection measures present on Windows 7 and Windows 8 by making the flash drive pretend it's a keyboard.
A single $30 USB dongle powered by a FIPS/NIST certified 256-bit AES crypto engine can be used to secure USB flash drives, external hard drives, media cards, and even CD/DVD/Blu-ray discs burned using an USB optical drives.
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