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Buffalo Intros HDS-PXU2 Series Portable HDDs with Native AES Encryption

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I like the wrap-around cable and the bit of ruggedness, but I wonder how the encryption will work in practice. Plug it in and you get a password prompt when trying to access? I've never used anything like it so maybe someone could shed some light on this.