CES 2008: Seagate BlackArmor portable hard drive with government-level data encryption


Product Name: Seagate BlackArmor encrypted++ portable hard drives
Description: A 160GB portable hdd with government-level encryption. That’s only good if you put faith in our government to be competent.
Price: $150
In-store date: Q1 2008
Site: Seagate
Why it’s cool: Because people are paranoid about their data being compromised while on-the-go. $150 for 160GB rides the high-end of the price curve, it should be noted, so you’ll really need to place a premium on data security to fully appreciate the drive. It’s pretty shiny, though. Still, shiny = cool, right?