Corsair’s Padlock2 USB Flash Drive Requires Your ATM PIN Number To Be Accessed
Corsair just stole a page out of Lenovo‘s playbook and has added a security keypad to a flash drive, the Padlock 2 (model:CMFPLA8GB). So before you can access the 8GB of data you’ll need to punch in your 4-10 digit pin. Throw in 256-bit AES hardware data encryption and we might have one of the more secure flash drives on the market, pending any remote wiping abilities. As of now there is no price or release info, but it looks like a finished product just waiting to hitch the product lines.