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Princeton XiaoClef2 Drive Protects Data With Your Finger

As convenient as USB flash drives are for transporting data from one location to another, they’re typically quite insecure. This means that all of those valuable documents and incriminating pictures are usually open to scrutiny by anyone who happens to “borrow” your memory drive.

The XiaoClef2 USB sick from Princeton Japan comes with a special feature that will keep your data nice and safe: a biometric fingerprint reader. Instead of having to remember a complicated password, all you have to do is swipe your finger across the little yellow strip. Assuming that no one has the same fingers as you (and you don’t suddenly lose your finger), your data should stay pretty safe.

The Princeton XiaoClef2 USB stick is available in 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB.

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