USB Device Uses Analog Security to Keep Digital Data Safe

Way back when people actually wrote letters to one another on paper, they would sometimes use wax seals to close them. The seals both identified the sender and served to notify the recipient if the letters had been opened by some nefarious snooper en route. Oddly enough, there is now a new version of the wax seal just for the digital age.

Studio Her-berg has introduced the Top Secret USB, a portable storage device that lets you know your data is safe and secure at all times. The porcelain USB case has a circular indentation for your personal wax seal, so every time you lock away your digital secrets you add a layer of old-fashioned security.

According to Studio Her-berg, the type of data that we store on USB drives is just too precious to be stuffed into a plain desktop file folder.  Family photos, wedding pictures, personal journals and the like deserve to be firmly ensconced in a secure storage device.

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