With how popular, cheap, and convenient cloud-storage and sharing has become, USB’s have almost become obsolete. Almost. There is still some time for the USB to stay until it becomes a past-technology like the dodo, the floppy disk, or CD/DVD. Not to mention, you can still find them just about anywhere, in places like Walmart, Target, Walgreens, Best Buy, it actually is almost more difficult to think of places that don’t sell them – maybe gas stations? In today’s day in age though, flash drives are pretty much used for transferring files offline, usually confidential files that are safer off of a computer than on, or for files that are a bit too big to transfer online. They come in a variety of sizes from as small as 4 or 8 GB for the smaller files, or you can get bigger sizes such as 64 or 128 GB, or if you really need some space, you could get a portable hard drive that has 1 TB on it.
Given that there’s still a big need for transferring sensitive files from a system to another, it makes the existence of Lexar JumpDrive F35 totally make sense. It has a built-in fingerprint scanner that will detect up to 10 fingerprints, making the JumpDrive F35 a fairly effective method of securing your data and only sharing it with permitted eyes, all thanks to the 256-bit AES encryption that can work with any additional or external software.