Cherry Picks 2008: Apricom Aegis Bio

James Allan Brady - Jan 6, 2008

This is for those that are truly concerned with security. It has a biometric fingerprint scanner and 128-bit AES hardware encryption.

Just so you know, its small, and it works, and the guy assured us that if you remove the hard drive from the enclosure to try and steal the data that way, you had better be able to break 128-bit AES encryption because the drive won’t work outside of the case. There is some pretty hard core shock mounting and it looked like it had a metal case.

That metal case and shock mounting means this thing should be pretty durable for every day travel use. You can pick one up now for anywhere from $169-$299 depending on capacity.

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