Elephone are working on a secured U-disk with a fingerprint scanner


The Elephone engineers are busy even during the summer months and the brand portfolio is quickly growing and growing. The latest piece into the puzzle is a new U-disk flashdrive with a fingeprint based security and encoded data.

With a secure flashdisk storage they want to offer something to the paranoid clients worried about possible intrusion and thanks to the fingeprint scanner the amount of security is going to be pretty high.

The flashdisk storage will be divided in two parts (public and private) and while the public partition is going to work like a normal flashdrive the private sector is going to be encoded and secured with the fingeptint recognition. The Elephone U-disk should be made from a quality metal material and they also promised quite fast and sensitive fingerprint scanner sensor. The flashdisk should be compatible with devices all across the board with Android, Windows, MacOS and Linux support.

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20 Comments

  1. techi
    August 12, 2016

    Oh man!! this is the future <3

  2. Sirus Valencia
    August 12, 2016

    Despite their generally shit products, I think that with a (highly unlikely) change of management, revamping their entire quality control line (also unlikely) they could be a decent company.

    Of course, they would have to change their name into something less ridiculous…

  3. Airyl
    August 13, 2016

    This is actually a pretty cool sounding gadget. Whether it’ll work or not is a mystery, but it seems like a great idea.

  4. Hakim Farouk
    August 13, 2016

    Another useless gimmick. Already many existing encrypted flash drives out there that will do a much better job.

  5. Jake Neal
    August 13, 2016

    Looks useless af…. Knowing the quality of elephone……

  6. ukgamer335
    August 13, 2016

    seems ok, but what i don’t understand why are they releasing this?

  7. JTiG
    August 13, 2016

    Love it, will do well protecting work files, amazing!

  8. cookieGirl
    August 13, 2016

    Does anyone know an estimate price?? Anyone???

  9. TheBestt
    August 13, 2016

    looks great, you can always find a use for a USB stick like this 🙂

    • Hakim Farouk
      August 13, 2016

      Nah, I don’t trust Elephone to keep my sensitive documents safe.

      • TheBestt
        August 13, 2016

        nahhh, they are good lol maybe not the best, but i mean for the price…. good enough

        • Hakim Farouk
          August 14, 2016

          “For the price? Good enough” Your standards sure is low huh. Haha. For their prices, there are obviously many other better alternatives that we could list down rather easily. They are definitely not the best, one of the worst to be more accurate.

  10. Hakim Farouk
    August 14, 2016

    After looking through the accounts below. only probably 2 are legit commenters. The rest are just Elephone minions to create heat for Elephone topics. It’s too obvious. These guys are getting ridiculous, Gizchina…

  11. EXPLORER
    August 14, 2016

    So the security has been improved so much, now after fingerprint sensors in smartphones we are going to have a fingerprint sensor in flash drive 😀

  12. MaxPower
    August 14, 2016

    Knowing Elephone the fingerprint will stop working in a couple of days and you can say sayonara to your important files.

    • NextHype
      August 16, 2016

      Imagine Jason Bourne with a secured flashdisk from Elephone…

      “Damn ! This shit has probably been hacked by the CIA, I saved data yesterday and it’s already unreadable” While CIA is laughing at his ass ’cause he bought an Elephone product.

  13. Casablanca
    August 15, 2016

    lololo, seems it is great, but i still want to know when it will be released and how much it is.

  14. techi
    August 15, 2016

    Wow! I mean really? It’s innovative and mostly appreciated.

  15. Chandan Mitra
    August 15, 2016

    Is it just a concept? Or elephone is working on this?

  16. Rocky Raja
    August 15, 2016

    What if the secured file get corrupted?? How to recover then?