Saturday, March 7th 2009

Buffalo Releases New USB Flash Drives with Enhanced Security Features

Buffalo on Friday released fresh 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB and 8 GB USB flash drives with enhanced security features. The RUF2-HSCL-U series drives keep your private data safe thanks to a 256-bit AES encryption and built-in realtime scanning anti-virus software developed by Trend Micro. Buffalo said the drives could come out around the middle of this month, priced at $55, $76, $129 and $184 respectively.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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3 Comments on Buffalo Releases New USB Flash Drives with Enhanced Security Features

#1
Arrakis+9
might serve well to tech use in our tech department:rockout:
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#2
tcorbyn
I cant see this being any better than a Sandisk U3 pen which you can put any antivirus on you like! Ive been using sandisks for three years now and never has one died on me, then again before I used sandisk I went though a few different makes and were all broken in a week or two!
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#3
Hayder_Master
i have 4G LG anti-virus flash , but mine is more cheap i pay 28$ , and the anti-virus software work great
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