Wednesday, January 29th 2014

Buffalo Unveils USB 3.0 Flash Drives With Hardware Encryption

Buffalo Japan today introduced the RUF3-HSL Series, a new family of flash drives that offer enhanced security through the use of AES 256-bit hardware encryption. Seen below, the upcoming drives measure 55 x 21 x 9 mm, their weigh 10 grams and have a capless design with a slide-out USB 3.0 connector.

The RUF3-HSL Series drives have a one-year warranty and are set to ship in mid-February in 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB capacities, priced between 8,925 yen (~ 87 USD) and 23,310 yen (~ 227 USD).
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6 Comments on Buffalo Unveils USB 3.0 Flash Drives With Hardware Encryption

#1
Prima.Vera
I always wonder why the prices in Japan are most expensive in the world... Specially for TVs and electronics.
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bogami
How long NSA need to decode and I wonder if 150 years after the purchase can be worth eh in this case is too expensive! and to litle for som pll:laugh: ! Yes i see ty ! I repaire the dmg. :nutkick:!
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FX-GMC
by: bogami
How dougo NSA uses to decode and I wonder if 150 years after the purchase can be worth eh in this case is too expensive! and to litle for som pll:laugh: !
I think the NSA edited your post to make it unreadable.
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#4
Prima.Vera
by: bogami
How long NSA need to decode and I wonder if 150 years after the purchase can be worth eh in this case is too expensive! and to litle for som pll:laugh: !
Do you have a translation for that? :D :D
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bogami
by: Prima.Vera
Do you have a translation for that? :D :D
How long NSA need to decode /AES 256-bit hardware encryption/and I wonder if 150 years after the purchase can be worth/4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB capacities, priced between 8,925 yen (~ 87 USD) and 23,310 yen(~ 227 USD)./eh in this case is too expensive! and to litle for som pll ! / 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB capacities /
I hope you grasp now and read the article first ! not comments ;) Mostly i use the google translator to spell it out correctly and this is full of errors in the expression !
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#6
Prima.Vera
Rlx, I was just kidding. :D
I understand you the first time. And to answer.... NO. The answer is No, is not worth. Especially for that low capacity.
For example I work here with a lot of 3D drawings/assemblies, pictures, graphs, documents, etc; so in case I need to move the entire project it would barely fit on a 64GB Flash thumb. And yes, I need it to be encrypted in case I loos it or got stolen...
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