With its stylish stainless finish and capless design, this USB flash drive is a great match for your Mac. Its durable design also means that it can safely be fastened to your keychain. Its built-in 256-bit AES Encryption Software allows you to perform secure drag and drop encryption on the fly, with no need for additional utilities.
- Stainless steel casing
- 256-bit AES Encryption Software
- Drag and drop encryption on the fly
- Multiple language user interface
- Designed to be fastened securely to a key chain
Did you notice?This flash drive has built-in security software.
Apple Recommends ForSecure storage and transfer of your files from one computer to another.
What's in the Box?
- Integral USB Secure Key Flash Drive
- Connections : USB 2.0
- UPC or EAN No. : 5055288416246
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- Warranty : Two years
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
I have just bought it and it is working on the latest Snow Leopard flawlessly. Very easy to use, wi th simple drag and drop between the hard disk and the Integral USB2.
I like the fact it appears to be trustworthy as I deliberately tried deleting, got the warning (as it should), tried updating a file, another warning that the new file would overwrite the existing, again as it should.
- Answered by Richard L
Hello, I can confirm it works with both Mac and PC.
- Answered by James D
It initially worked on MacBook Air & Macbook Pro with Lion, for about 5 minutes! The encryption soft ware that is pre-loaded with it is very ropey and caused a data loss on my main MBP drive. This happened during a decryption and planned deletion of a single pdf document in Windows when running Parallels on my MBP - Parallels suddenly crashed then the spinning beach ball appeared over Finder. I force quit and found all my folders on Finder were deleted bar the apps. Nasty! I tried it on a PC the next day. The pre-loaded software the USB Key has a dreadful UI, folders dragged over to decrypt lost all the documents that were encrypted. I returned the product to Apple within 14 days to claim a refund - avoid this product is my best advice. …
- Answered by Alan C