At this point in time there’s No question that USB drives are so ubiquitous that even grandmothers must have at least one in their handbags. Grandma may not need a secure Drive because who wants to steal her recipes for Curried Salmon with Summer Fruit Chutney? Well, maybe they would. If she’s got all her valuable Food Channel recipes in a handy USB drive Transcend Information, Inc. comes to the recue with it’s new JetFlashTM 220, Fingerprint USB Flash Drive. And Granny will have plenty of room with the currently available sizes: 8GB(Ruby Red), 4GB(Royal Blue), and 2GB(Sunburst Orange)!
The biometric features include recording as many as ten fingerprints and a password. As the scanner is sensitive the Drive was cleverly design with a rotating cover that will just never get lost and will protect the Senser Strip.
Password Bank Manager which handles registered website accounts so you can access your back info from any computer and be assured of security. There’s even a Repartition Tool to alter the sizes of the Public and Private areas on the Drive. The JetFlashTM 220 only works under Windows 2000/XP and Vista.
Fully USB 2.0 compliant for high speed data transfer
Advanced fingerprint recognition technology
AES 256-bit encryption technology
Easy Plug and Play installation
File Protection: Protect files on your computer with fingerprint security
Mobile Favorites: Access your Internet Explorer Favorites on other computers
Website Auto-Login: Automatically login to websites that require your login and password (Microsoft(r) Internet Explorer only)
Repartition Tool: Adjust the size of the JetFlash drive’s Private and Public partition areas for storing data
Driverless operation (Windows(r) 2000/XP/Vista)
USB powered. No external power source or battery needed
A talented and Emmy-winning digital special effects technician by trade, Cecilia has also made her mark over the years as a writer in video editing magazines. Her CV includes HBO’s "From the Earth to the Moon" and SciFi Channel’s "Frank Herbert's Dune" and "Children of Dune". The most recent Visual Effects work was done for an online film: "Eye of the Bennu". This project was notable for being the first film made entirely by people only communicating over the Internet. No one has ever actually met in person. A virtual film made by virtual people. Cecilia is currently making props for a short film project about a violent monk. Hmm.