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    With the need for data to be portable and secure, today we're looking at the Kingston 16GB DataTraveler Locker+ flash drive that features hardware-based encryption in a small and sleek package.



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    Nice review, good security, but it's slow compared to a lot of other flash drives we have tested in the year.

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    Well if you NEED an encryption-based USB flash drive, the Locker+ is easy to use and very effective. The write speeds are not the fastest, but most people likely won't notice that too much nor care if security is their primary concern. The price tag is a bit high but USB drives this effective and easy are hard to come by, so you're paying for that.

    In this instance, the question is: would you be willing to sacrifice a bit of speed for robust security and ease of use? Depends on the person really. If security is important, it's a good all-round drive for most consumers that need peace of mind.

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