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.
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.