Sleek, stylish and secure, the Kingston IronKey VP80ES is the company’s first innovative OS-independent external SSD that comes equipped with a touchscreen as well as hardware-encryption for data protection. Its intuitive color touchscreen and FIPS 197 certification with XTS-AES 256-bit encryption means that the SSD is designed to protect data while also being user-friendly.
The IronKey VP80ES specializes in safeguarding against Brute Force attacks and BadUSB with digitally-signed firmware for users from small-to-medium businesses (SMB) to content creators. Its military-grade security measures make it even more secure than using Cloud services for securing important data. Users can also set up a Multi-Password (Admin/User) Option with PIN/Passphrase modes and Configurable Password Rules. Forget your password? Fear not, as you can use the PIN pad to unlock the VP80ES, just as you would on a mobile device. Available now for pre-order in 480GB ($437 USD), 960GB ($535), and 1,920GB ($762) capacities. If you want to turn any flat surface into an interactive touchscreen, then look no further than the Hachi Infinite M1.
- Industry-leading read/write speeds up to 2,000MB/s. Requires compatible devices to reach USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 USB-C Performance.
- Capacities up to 4TB to support high resolution images, 8K videos, and large documents.
- Pocket-sized Portability
As more and more people continue to work from home and outside of company firewalls, we want to provide higher capacity options of user-friendly military-grade security for small and medium businesses to complement our existing encrypted USB drives. IronKey Vault Privacy 80ES does just that. Between the color touch-screen, the myriad security features, and its small form factor, users can truly control their data in their own hands,” said Richard Kanadjian, encrypted business manager, Kingston.