The USB flash drives are the most common way to store, carry, and transfer information physically. But if you store an important data and do not want it to leak, most of the USB flash drives won’t help you. To solve this problem many manufacturers have already launched products protecting your data at a software level. But as you understand, it’s a matter of time to hack a protected USB flash and steal your data. To avoid such situations we are offering to acquire USB flash drives protecting the data at a hardware level. Recently, a Chinese giant launched an identical product named the Teclast Pendrives.
As you guess, the Teclast Pendrives protects your data at a hardware level. To access the data stored on it you should enter the password via the physical buttons located on the disk. As there is a numerical keystroke, the flash drive is way longer than ordinary products from the same niche. By the way, it adopts a carbon fiber design on the front, while the zinc alloy shell is surrounded by three sides. On the back, we can find a Teclast logo and the capacity mark of 32GB or 64GB.
The Teclast Pendrives sports a built-in independent encryption chip and uses an AES 256-bit advanced encryption algorithm. So you can set a password without plugging in the computer. Moreover, when unplugging, it will automatically lock. The password can be entered for 10 times. If they all are wrong, the data will be erased automatically.
The 32GB of the Teclast Pendrives is available for 299 yuan ($45), while the 64GB model comes at 399 yuan ($60).