In 2016, the company Kingston introduced a flash drive DataTraveler 2000. Feature of the device, which immediately catches the eye, is a keyboard. It is used to enter the password required to access the information stored on the flash drive. Data in the drive is protected by hardware encryption algorithm AES with 256-bit key.
This week the manufacturer announced that a new 128GB version of the device has been added to the previously available 4 to 64GB.
Like its predecessors, the drive features USB 3.1 Gen 1. It has a read speed of 135 MB/sec and a write speed of 40 MB/sec. Of course, when connected to a USB 2.0 port the speeds are lower than 30 and 20MB/s respectively. The size of the device is 80 x 20 x 10.5 mm, without the cap – 78 x 18 x 8 mm. Metal case provides IP57 protection degree.