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Victorinox Introduces the Swiss Army Jetsetter Flash Drive

Victorinox has now released a new version of its NAND-equipped Swiss Army Knife, the Swiss Army Jetsetter flash drive. Seen below, the Jetsetter features a 'flight-friendly' design and includes scissors, a nail file with screwdriver, a clamshell opener, a ballpoint pen, tweezers, a key ring, and a water- and shock-resistant USB flash drive.

The Swiss Army Jetsetter has a two-year warranty on electronics and a lifetime warranty on Swiss Army Knife components, and it comes in three flavors, with 8 GB ($39.95), 16 GB ($49.95) and 32 GB ($99.95) of flash storage. Those interested can find it in the Apple Store.

Victorinox Swiss Army Unveils Pocket-sized Terabyte Storage Device at CES

Today at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show, iconic brand Victorinox Swiss Army (VSA), the exclusive marketer of Victorinox USB Flash Memory devices, announced the launch of two new portable storage additions - the Victorinox SSD and Victorinox Slim 3.0. VSA brings more than 125 years of trusted precision, quality, function and versatility to its newest consumer electronics innovations, which is a burgeoning product category for the brand.

The Victorinox SSD (Solid State Drive) and Victorinox Slim 3.0 USBs offer unprecedented data storage capacity with security measures fit for protecting the most confidential of personal and professional documents. Each pocket-sized device packs anywhere from 16 GB to one terabyte of storage capacity, is equipped to withstand a range of environmental and daily use factors, and remains true to the Swiss Army legacy of flawlessly designed products that endure.

Victorinox Launches Un-Hackable Secure Pro USB drive

Victorinox, the family company behind the famed Swiss Army Knife, has launched a pioneering memory stick design at an event held at its European flagship store on London’s New Bond Street. The device is, says the company, the most secure of its kind available to the public. It uses several layers of security including fingerprint identification and a thermal sensor - so that the finger alone, detached from the body, will still not give access to the memory stick’s contents. The Victorinox Secure has also been made tamper-proof. Any attempt to forcibly open it triggers a self-destruct mechanism that irrevocably burns its CPU and memory chip.

Victorinox was so confident of its new product’s elite security standards that it offered a £100,000 prize to a team of professional hackers if they could break into it during the two hours the launch event lasted. The money went uncollected. The event was attended by Victorinox’s CEO Carl Elsener Jr. and the Victorinox Secure’s designer Martin Kuster, a technology security specialist. “Life is becoming more digital every day,” says Kuster. “And yet people do so little to protect their data. The world’s most common password is ‘12345’ - and even encryption can be broken given time.”
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