That is, he does not care if you have Windows or macOS
Kingston Digital has introduced a very unusual external SSD called IronKey Vault Privacy 80. The main focus of the novelty was on the protection of personal data.
So, for example, the solid-state drive for the first time is equipped with hardware data encryption independent of the operating system. In this case, the device is controlled through its own touch screen.
The Kingston IronKey VP80ES is reportedly FIPS 197 certified and supports 256-bit XTS-AES encryption.
At the same time, there are three models for users to choose from: 480 GB, 960 GB and 1920 GB.
The maximum read / write speeds declared by the manufacturer are 250 MB/s. At the same time, representatives of Kingston did not announce either the cost of the SSD drive or the timing of the start of its sales.