Fleshki TRANS-IT from Imation:data protection at the highest level

 
August 31, 2008, 12:10 am

 
fleshki trans-it from imation:data protection at the highest level   Press Service Imation Europe BV, a licensee for TDK Life on Record, recently announced the release of a new series of flash drives TRANS-IT USB 2. 0 - reliable storage devices.
Thanks to customizable password protection Flash Lock flash drives TDK TRANS-IT provide reliable data protection. Users can develop their own personalized password, which keep free USB-device from unauthorized access, automatically blocking it, with the introduction of improper password with a number of attempts. If the owner has forgotten the password, the system will help restore access hints. TDK TRANS-IT released volume of 2 GB to 16 GB. New supports over 14 languages, defining and setting the language of the operating system.
specs TRANS-IT USB:
  • Plug and Play - does not require additional software;
  • Easily transfer and copying of data on the system Drag and Drop;
  • Built feature password protection of data;
  • The software for password protection (Windows, Linux).
specs TRANS-IT USB Slider:
  • Built feature password protection of data - 256 - bit encryption;
  • boot disk;
  • Support for Windows ReadyBoost.
TRANS-IT USB available in retail sales price on 5, 75 euros (2 GB), 8, 75 euros (4 GB), 19, 50 euros (8 GB) and 40 euros (16 GB).

 

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