If you rely on a flash drive to move potentially sensitive files and photos from one PC to another, Lexar's latest may be worth a look. It's called the JumpDrive Fingerprint F35 and, as the name suggests, the drive includes a speedy built-in fingerprint sensor that will keep your files locked down until you or a team member unlock them with a touch.
According to Lexar, the JumpDrive Fingerprint F35 can store up to 10 fingerprint IDs at a time, so you can set it up to work with multiple team members. Fingerprint recognition takes less than one second, and all of your files are shielded behind 256-bit AES encryption.
Once unlocked, the USB 3.0 drive can transfer files at up to 150MB/s.
The JumpDrive Fingerprint F35 is available now in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB capacities, with prices starting at $33. A 256GB version is also expected to launch later this year for $170.
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