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Vantec NexStar Vault

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In a time when all of our information is going digital there is more of a need for a way to store our information securely. The Vantec NexStar Vault aims to make this data secure by providing the security of a keypad, along with data encryption.

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So the enclosure automatically sets the partition size, the user can't choose how big each is? That would kind of suck.

Otherwise, it looks like a nice enclosure, and a nice review. However, I'm always cautious with Vantec enclosure. Had two that would kill any drive inserted in them... Haven't bought another since.