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on August 12, 2013
If you search for a secure solution for your mobile data, this is a very good choice.

Hint: This is a USB2.0 product. If you need faster data rates you should look for an USB3.0 solution.
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on October 8, 2013
This thing is a little temperamental meaning you have to have both wires plugged in before entering the passcode. Not sure why they used a junky Toshiba hard drive instead of a Western Digital?
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on March 23, 2013
I got one of these to complement the 16 gig usb stick model after having a good experience with it. So far no problems to report after about two months of use. I got the 1 TB eSata/USB 2.0 model. I haven't got any devices with eSata ports to test it with but so far on USB 2.0 computers, both my Mac laptop and a Windows 7 desktop, the device has been able to use the full bandwidth of USB 2.0 which is find for what I'm using it for. I'm sure you'd reach an actual limit if you hooked it to eSata.

The interface is very easy to use for setting your initial password and later changing it. Unlike their thumb drives, you have to connect this one first before you can enter the password.

It's also worth noting that box includes a USB cable, a USB to power plug cable and an eSata cable. The USB to power plug cable is used to get more power to the unit if your primary USB port does not provide enough amperage to operate the drive by itself. I haven't needed to use it yet. Unfortunately I do not have knowledge of whether eSata is a powered connection type or not, so I can't say whether you'd need to use the USB power cable in conjunction with an eSata cable; if it is not powered, you'd end up having to use two cables to your computer to run the drive on eSata. If I find out more either way, I'll come update the review.
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on October 18, 2012
This drive is perfect; the ESATA port provides super-fast transfer speeds. The padlock has military grade security. The help line was very helpful and easy to reach.
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on January 10, 2015
first 3 locked up in 2 days. the 3rd and 4th ones are working.
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on February 11, 2015
Love the storage size and protection!
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