SSD Secure ExpressCard: the world's first "digital safe" from Verbatim with hardware encryption AES 256-bit

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The company announced Verbatim drive SSD Secure ExpressCard with enhanced hardware-based encryption algorithm AES 256-bit. This device, with the words producer, combines the technology of solid-state flash media SSD means of safety. As the company claims, the world's first solution of this kind is available in Verbatim SSD Secure ExpressCard versions for 32GB and 16GB. This novelty is intended for use in Slot PCI ExpressCard, the standard for modern notebooks. New items are compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista. Models with capacity 32GB and 16GB will be available in 2010, for a suggested price of 8 800 pp. and 5000 pp. respectively.

Benefits drive SSD Secure ExpressCard versions of products:

  • Robust Protection: hardware encryption AES 256-bit
  • Required a password
  • Information is deleted after 10 incorrect password attempts
  • Form Factor SSD Card - the drive fits completely inside the ExpressCard slot
  • Low power consumption, allowing a longer time of notebooks and netbooks battery
  • Durable housing and resistance to shock
  • Compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista