USB flash drives that come with built-in software security features are dime a dozen in the market, but those can be bypassed via cracks and hacks that are available online. A-Data decided to take security a step further by introducing the FB1 USB drive that scans your fingerprint on the first use, requiring similar methods of authentication for subsequent access of data on the drive. If fingerprints are unavailable or if you want to lend your friend your USB drive, there is always the backup password system. The FB1 comes in 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB capacities, with the 2GB model retailing for $59.99.
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