Verbatim announced today it launched its SSD Secure ExpressCard with premium AES 256-bit hardware encryption. The company says this SSD card is the first of its kind in the world and is now available in 32GB and 16GB. This handy little drive is designed to securely delete drive contents after ten incorrect password attempts—keeping your information safely locked down.
“We have seen significant growth in the SSD market in recent months. Verbatim is seizing this opportunity and has expanded its SSD ExpressCard range to include a hardware encrypted version: The SSD Secure ExpressCard. Our aim is to address the rapidly growing demand for secure portable storage solutions head-on with innovative products that come with the security aspect already integrated,” explains Hans-Christoph Kaiser, Business Development Manager Verbatim EUMEA.
Here’s the SSD Secure ExpressCard’s main features:
- Premium AES 256-bit hardware encryption
- Mandatory complex password input
- Content of the drive automatically deleted after 10 incorrect password entries
- The SSD Card can be completely inserted into the internal ExpressCard slot
- Low power consumption – longer battery life for laptops and netbooks
- Sturdy and shock resistant
- Compatible with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7
This secure little card will be hitting Europe sooner than later and retailing for about £90 ($150).
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