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Friday, 18 June 2010 11:57

Corsair shows its new Padlock 2

Written by Slobodan Simic
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16GB capacity

A couple of months after the launch of its Padlock 2 flash drive, Corsair has decided to update the line with another model, Padlock 2, which comes with 16GB of room.

Just like the 8GB version, the new Padlock 2 16GB features the rubberized case seen on all Corsair's Voyager flash drives. It comes with two security features, 256-bit hardware encryption as well as a PIN number that can be entered via integrated keypad on the flash drive itself.

The new Padlock 2 16GB is already listed and priced around US $90 or around €80 in Europe. You can find it here.

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