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Fired up the 1TB Datalocker Drive in conjunction with a newly installed Time Machine application on aMacBook Pro. Datalocker is slick, easy to use, and reliable. And you can quote me!
Vint Cerf, Google
If you want to use a drive on several computers with different operating systems, you need a way to enter a password through something other than Windows software. That’s where the Data Locker Pro AES and its touchscreen LCD come in. The touchscreen is definitely slick, and this drive is worth considering if you need to move sensitive data between machines. The touch-screen controls on this drive look like a gimmick, but they make common tasks far easier. This drive fulfills one other important function: it supports Macs as well as PCs.
Andrew Brandt, PC Magazine
The display screen is the pedigree on the Sentry 300 since it lets us actually verify what we enter on the keypad. The display supports true alpha-numeric password-based authentication and a full-featured onboard menu system. Any file copied to the drive automatically is treated to 256-bit AES encryption. With the previous keypad-equipped USB drives, I was working blind without a display screen.
Michael Lasky, Windows Secrets

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