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    LaCie CurrenKey USB Flash Drive

    LaCie brings new meaning to the word USB key with their CurrenKey USB flash drive range. These tiny miniature microSD memory card readers boast a read speed of 20MB/s and a write speed of 10MB/s, supporting microSD cards of both the standard and High Capacity variety. In addition, the iamaKey and itsaKey are also available in either 4GB or 8GB capacities. Interesting idea, but we await the day where our USB keys will also be able to open the physical doors of our homes as well. There is no word on pricing or availability, but expect those details to stream out in due time.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiFeiEr View Post
    Interesting idea, but we await the day where our USB keys will also be able to open the physical doors of our homes as well. There is no word on pricing or availability, but expect those details to stream out in due time.
    It will probably be a dumb idea, IF it's used solely for USB key purposes.

    Currently, all smart card chips have less than 1MB, and yet capable to store as much personal data & encrypted information.

    To use a 4 - 8GB USB thumbdrive just to store encrypted keys into the USB and to make it read-only? I'd rather use those hard metallic keys instead.

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