Thursday, November 8th 2012

LaCie Announces PetiteKey: Smaller Shape, Same Tough Design

Today, LaCie announced the PetiteKey -- the next generation of the award-winning LaCie iamaKey. The LaCie PetiteKey kept the sturdy design and convenient key shape with keychain hole. Now it's nearly 30 percent smaller to more easily fit in a pocket or on a key ring. Best of all, with Private-Public software and Wuala Secure Cloud Storage, users can password protect and back up their data.

Don't underestimate the PetiteKey's strength because of its small size. The USB key's metal shell is waterproof up to 100 meters. Users never need to worry about their data being damaged or erased by water damage, which is one of the biggest causes of accidental data loss. The thumb drive protects data even if it's dropped in a mud puddle or put through the washing machine. Plus, the key's cap-free connector is scratch-proof, so it won't get scuffed by other keys in a pocket, purse or backpack.

The LaCie PetiteKey is bundled with Private-Public -- the easiest way to protect important and confidential files. A businessman who works from home and at the office needs a safe and secure way to transport data back and forth. The AES 256-bit encryption and password protection keeps his data secure if he misplaces the flash drive. And with a one-to-one gigabyte ratio of integrated Wuala Secure Cloud Storage for one year, users can back up their key's content to the cloud so they have access to their data on the go.

AVAILABILITY
The LaCie PetiteKey with USB 2.0 was designed by 5.5 Designers. It is available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities through the LaCie Online Store and through LaCie Resellers starting at $14.99. For more product information, visit www.lacie.com.
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5 Comments on LaCie Announces PetiteKey: Smaller Shape, Same Tough Design

#1
No_Asylum
This may be the single greatest USB Pen Drive design in the history of human existence. No wait ... The Tux (Linux Penguin) was #1 ... this is #2
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#2
Sinzia
I have a 16GB iamakey, while the design is great, its also one of the slowest usb drives I've ever used!

I hope this one is faster...
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#4
WaroDaBeast
by: tacosRcool
usb 3.0 and then we are good
USB 3.0 at USB 3.0 speed, too. I've seen so-called USB 3.0 keys performing slowlier than USB 2.0 speeds before... pathetic.
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#5
Wrigleyvillain
PTFO or GTFO
...or some have great read but crap write.
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