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SentrySafe Intros Fire and Water-safe QA0005 External HDD.

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  1. btarunr

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    SentrySafe Intros Fire and Water-safe External Storage

    This 78 year old company, specializing in fool-proof safes that are supposed to be safe from fire and water introduce their latest product, the SentrySafe QA0005 Fire-Safe Waterproof, a fire and water safe external hard-drive.

    The device uses a fortified Maxtor OneTouch4 Mini and bundles password protection and data encryption software. According to the company, this device can withstand up to 30 minutes at 840 °C and can be completely immersed in water for up to 24 hours.

    The QA0005 sells for US $400.

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    Sources: SentrySafe, iXBT
    Last edited: Jul 2, 2008
  2. lemonadesoda

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    I love the picture. One small thin USB cable providing all power to that HDD monster :roll:
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    the other cable must be hiding... or maybe its intended to set the USB port on the laptop on fire.
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    "Maxtor OneTouch4 Mini"

    It's a laptop hard drive in there I believe.
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    400 bucks, jesus thats nuts!

    If you really need water-safe and fire protection then you really need to just back it up online or sumtin else.
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    This is somewhat ideal for failboats.

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