DiskGO ReadyBoost flash drive is secure


secure-readyboost-flashdriv.jpgPicking up Windows Vista offers a whole new experience on many levels, but the first thing that hits users would be the rather high system requirements needed to run Vista decently, even for a regular home PC. Thankfully, Microsoft has included the ReadyBoost feature into Vista, enabling users to give the computer an instant memory boost by plugging in a compatible USB 2.0 flash drive into any available USB port. While Vista ReadyBoost flash drives have been around for quite some time now, EDGE lays claim to being the first to market a secure ReadyBoost flash drive, featuring security software that keeps your data within safe from prying eyes. Users have a choice between the government standard 256-bit AES encryption and 448-bit Blowfish encryption.

Known as the DiskGO Secure Flash Drive Enhanced for ReadyBoost, this USB flash drive uses super high-speed NAND technology for extremely fast file transfers and uploads, while enhancing overall system performance by removing data bottlenecks. Each DiskGO Secure Flash Drive Enhanced for ReadyBoost comes in a sleek, swivel chrome design and is completely bus powered, so you won’t need to lug around an additional power supply on your travels.

The DiskGO Secure Flash Drive Enhanced for ReadyBoost is also backwards compatible with Windows 2000, ME, and XP, working equally well with the Mac platform. It measures 3″ x 0.75″ x 0.4″ and weighs a mere 0.03 lbs. Each purchase comes with a lifetime warranty, WinEncrypt software, and a durable keychain grommet. You can choose from three different capacities – 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB which retail for $49.95, $69.95, and $129.95 respectively.

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Sarah Nash Says: February 11, 2010 at 5:49 am

I don’t get it.
If I want to switch to Vista I can’t use any USB drive to make it readyboost? Do I HAVE to use this DiskGO product? I use Sandisk’s secure USB flash drives, anyone knows if I can make it ReadyBoost too?
Help please…

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