There are a lot of choices if you’re looking for a USB Flash Drive, whether your needs are modest and an 8GB works fine or you need considerably more storage and seek a 64GB or 128GB drive. Basic functionality, right? Until you check out the slick Kingston Technology DataTraveler 2000 USB flash drive with built-in hardware encryption. To make it work, Kingston has added a tiny keyboard to the USB drive itself!
Tech expert Dave Taylor of https://www.AskDaveTaylor.com/ checks out both the DataTraveler 50, a basic USB drive, and the DataTraveler 2000, the encrypted drive that features 256-bit AES encryption and finds them terrific options.
DataTraveler 50 @ 32GB: http://amzn.to/2DT7sG2
DataTraveler 2000 @ 32GB: http://amzn.to/2DUcja3