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Mark Peters : January 28th 2004 - 00:28 CET

Lexar Media introduces JumpDrive Secure 2.0


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LexarLexar Media announced JumpDrive Secure 2.0, the 2nd generation of Lexar's security oriented, ultra-rugged, impact-resistant, password-protected USB flash drive. JumpDrive Secure 2.0 offers increased file security with U.S. government approved 256-bit AES file encryption, in addition to faster data transfer with support of the USB 2.0 specification. The easy-to-use security software on JumpDrive Secure 2.0 is compatible with both PC and Macintosh operating systems, and since it resides on the drive itself it is completely portable from one computer to another. The security software allows to designate private and public zones on the drive to store files in either an encrypted password-protected area, or a non-encrypted password-free area.
Lexar Media introduces JumpDrive Secure 2.0Users allocate the number of megabytes for each zone; the drive also can be configured to be 100 percent private or 100 percent public. "Lexar Media is committed to providing innovative product leadership within the portable USB storage category and with this product introduction, we are continuing to deliver on that commitment," said Dave Klenske, Director of Product Marketing, Lexar Media. "In addition to its impact resistant housing and unique security software for both PC and Macintosh platforms, JumpDrive Secure 2.0 is now USB 2.0 Hi-Speed certified, allowing for high speed data transfer between the JumpDrive and the computer. JumpDrive Secure 2.0 is the perfect flash drive for anyone who carries sensitive files which need to be protected from unauthorized viewing."

USB 2.0 incorporates a data transfer rate of up to 480 Megabits per second, a dramatic increase over USB 1.1 enabled products. However, USB 2.0 devices are fully backward compatible with USB 1.1, so they can transfer data in either port.

JumpDrive Secure 2.0 will be available in retail outlets this February and will be available in 128MB, 256MB and 512MB capacities. The security software works with Windows 2000, XP and Mac OS X operating systems. The drive itself is compatible with, and requires no drivers, for modern operating systems including Windows 2000, ME, XP, Mac OS 8.6+ and Mac OS X.




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