Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy 8GB Encrypted USB 3.0 Flash Drive

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    Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy 8GB Encrypted USB 3.0 Flash Drive

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    Jigsaw Code: X842AAI
    Manufacturer Code: DTVP30/8GB

    • Data Transfer Rate: 165MB/s read, 22MB/s write
    • Pre-formatted for Mac & PC
    • USB 3.0
    • USB 2.0

    Platform:  cross platform cross platform

    Availability:  10

    £31.20£37.44 incVAT

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    The Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy DTVP30/8GB is the perfect way to secure your sensitive data while on the move. This encrypted USB flash drive with a 8GB capacity encrypts 100% of stored data with hardware-based 256-bit AES standard encryption with enforced password protection to prevent unauthorized access to your data.

    It's easy to use, durable, and customizable. You can customize the password length and add a maximum number of attempts and the drive will even reformat itself after 10 intrusion attempts. The USB 3.0 connectivity not only allows for great security but speed too with read speeds from 80MB/s and write speeds from 12MB/s.

    Get in touch with our sales team to get your DataTraveler Vault Privacy customized with your company logo. Minimum order quantities may apply for custom logos for all USB Flash Drives.

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    Total Capacity
    8GB
    Data Transfer Rate
    165MB/s read, 22MB/s write
    Pre-formatted for Mac & PC
    Yes
    Waterproof
    No
    USB 2.0
    Yes
    USB 3.0
    Yes
    Security
    Hardware based 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)

    System Requirements

    Windows.8, Windows 7, Windows Vista., Windows XP, Mac OS (10.5 and above)

    Warranty

    5 Year Limited Warranty
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