It's difficult for external portable hard drives to stand out against the competition since they're judged mostly on cost per gigabyte, connectivity, and aesthetics. Lenovo jumps into the game by making a case for onboard security.
Its ThinkPad "Vault" USB Portable Secure Hard Drive is protected by the "128-bit advanced encryption security standard" and is actually built into the hardware, similar to the
The drive isn't cheap, though, as the company's asking $179 for the 160GB drive and $219 for the 320GB model. Ninety cents per gigabyte is a tough pill to swallow, especially when you consider the