DataLocker DL3 2 TB Encrypted External Hard DriveHard Drives
USB 3.0 External HDD with AES XTS Mode Hardware Data Encryption 2TB - View Complete Details
Product Number: IGRMVR7796
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DataLocker DL3 2 TB Encrypted External Hard Drive - The DL3 sets a new standard for encrypted portable storage. It's security that's "simply secure". No software is ever needed to manage, encrypt or deploy the DL3. Simply connect, authenticate with your personal passcode, and go.View Product Specs
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