Safe data, whatever the punishment
The Xtremkey was designed by Constance Guisset
LaCie's new XtremKey rugged flash drive is claimed to be so tough that it can survive being rolled over by a 10-ton truck, temperatures between -50Â°C and 200Â°C, a drop from 16 feet and immersion in water up to 328 feet
The Xtremkey is watertight up to 328 feet and will continue to operate in temperatures ranging from -50Â°C to 200Â°C
A slight curve to one end gives the key a slight wobble effect when stood on a desktop
The flash drive's 2mm thick zamac pipe shell should be tough enough to keep the data inside out of harm's way
Adventurous types in the digital age need storage that's as rugged and tough as they are. LaCie's says that its appropriately-named XtremKey rugged flash memory will provide the kind of industrial-strength protection that stands up to all sorts of punishment. Resistant to pressure, water, high drops, and extreme hot and cold the drive comes in capacity sizes up to 64GB.
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