Integral 32GB USB Secure Key Flash Drive

Integral 32GB USB Secure Key Flash Drive

Product Information

  • Overview

    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.

  • Highlights

    • 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 For

    Secure storage and transfer of your files from one computer to another.
  • What's in the Box?

    • Integral USB Secure Key Flash Drive
  • Tech Specs

    • Other Features: Data Encryption
    • Connections: USB 2.0
    • Power Source: Bus Powered
  • Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    • UPC or EAN No.: 5055288416246


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    • Warranty: Two years

Ratings & Reviews

Questions & Answers

Answers from the community

  • Answer

    It initially worked on MacBook Air & Macbook Pro with Lion, for about 5 minutes! The encryption soft It initially worked on MacBook Air & Macbook Pro with Lion, for about 5 minutes! The encryption software 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
    • 12-Aug-2012