Kingston DataTraveler 2000 Has AES 256-bit Encryption

USB flash drives have been around for years because they are easy to use, insanely portable, and affordable. Although, they can be lost, misplaced, or easily stolen. Sometimes it is necessary to store very important information on a USB flash drive, and Kingston realizes that. Kingston’s latest DataTraveler has AES 256-bit hardware encryption and a built-in keypad.

DataTraveler 2000 has strong hardware encryption, but it is also fast with a USB 3.1 Gen 1 interface. All capacities (16GB, 32GB, 64GB) come with the keypad on the flash drive making it easy to input and manage pins. Once a pin is set, if it is incorrectly entered 10 times, DataTraveler 2000 will securely erase all content on the drive, ensuring your pin code will not be brute forced. DataTraveler 2000 will also support multiple operating systems, Windows, Mac, ChromeOS, even printers with USB ports. The strong AES 256-bit security is available on all of those platforms.

Kingston DataTraveler 2000 will be available first half of 2016, expect pricing closer to launch.


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