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DiskGO Biometric Flash Drive

updated 11:15 am EST, Wed December 27, 2006

DiskGO Biometric USB drive

Edge Tech has debuted a new portable flash drive, this time the DiskGO Biometric. As with most biometric drives, the device has a fingerprint reader that controls access; the DiskGO is distinguished, however, by using a sliding mechanism to protect the reader from debris and light impacts. Data can be protected with additional passwords and 192-bit TES encryption. The drive requires Windows 2000, ME or XP, and transfers at speeds of up to 480Mb/s via a USB 2.0 cable. It's being sold online in three different size increments: the 1GB model is $70, the 2GB is $100, and the 4GB costs $150. [Via Shiny Shiny]



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