64 GB EleSecret now available for just $46.99


Black Friday discounts are still rolling and some of them could bring into light some interesting products with major price slashes. Just like the fingeprint-encrypted EleSecret thumbdrive, which is currently on sale in the 64 GB version for just $46.99.

EleSecret is a ideal flashdrive for all the slightly paranoic individuals among us or maybe for some corporate secret shenanigans. It features full metal build with waterproof design, divided Public / Private partitions and of course the fingerprint encryption to safeguard your data. USB is only the older 2.0 version though so the transfer speeds won’t be anything stellar, nothing is perfect.

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You can buy the 64 GB version of EleSecret in here for the aforementioned $46.99 price, but better hurry, because the stock is limited only to 200 pieces and won’t be there for long.

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  1. Gary Dunn
    November 27, 2016

    Paranoic!? Interesting (non) word.

    November 27, 2016

    So now it is available at just half of its real price? Is there any last date of this deal?

  3. techi
    November 27, 2016

    I’m still not getting how does it work! how the fingerprint will make a separate partition? Any idea anyone?

    • Jeep ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ
      November 27, 2016

      In similar devices it goes like this:
      – storage is on chip 1
      – encryption controller is on chip 2

      When the fingerprint is correct, chip 2 will tell chip 1 to de-crypt.

      The whole point of course is, how does that communication go? In most tests it shows that the ‘fingerprint correct’ command can easily be mimicked.

      Cheap secure drives like this offer reasonable security for the average user. If you truly have something to hide; encrypt it yourself and decrypt it manually.

      Next to that, Chinese companies send a lot of user data to their servers. Who knows what will happen to your data when you store it on their device?

      So, it’s convenient, less secure then most people think and potentially even a risk in itself.

  4. Midori Chen
    November 27, 2016

    This is where technology is taking us day by day. First fingerprint scanner came in smartphones and now in pen drives! great innovation.

  5. Rocky Raja
    November 27, 2016

    This kind of pendrives are available at amazon.com but that’s way too high, $79.99 for 32GB and here they are giving 64GB at $46.99! big difference.