USB flash drives that support hardware encryption are not unusual. Typically, however, vendors will equip them with a physical keyboard to unlock. To improve convenience, some manufacturers have come up with biometrics, such as fingerprintunlocking. What we’re going to cover in this article is the new Defender Bio-Elite 30 encrypted USB flash drive from Kanguru.
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It claims to be capable of running on any operating system, supporting Windows, Mac, Linux operating systems, and even using it with smart TVs, ATMs and other devices to update banking machines and medical devices.
The company added that the Defender Bio-Elite 30 was also the first OS Agnostic fingerprint access hardware encrypted flash drive with remote management capabilities, which is highly versatile for applications.
It replaces the bulky, cumbersome combination of physical keyboards and is more powerful and portable. Unlock with a single click to quickly access encrypted files.
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With state-of-the-art AES 256-bit hardware encryption and RSA-2048 digital signature security firmware, this product is TAA-certified security and allows access authorization, write protection, read-only, and more for users themselves or others.
For interested customers, choose the 16/32/64 GB version of the Kanguru Defender Bio-Elite 30 encrypted USB flash drive for $89.95 / 109.95 / $159.95 (634 / 775 / 1127 RMB)