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Since I'm having trouble remember every single password these days, I've decided to get a potable storage device to manage all my accounts and passwords.

I'm thinking something like a memory stick, but with built-in security and card reader, meaning plug and play on any computer.

I found Lexar touch guard, USB 2.0, with built-in fingerprint scanner, is this any good?
Link to official spec.
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post #2 of 6
Thats a good idea.........Heres a link to CNET and a review on that one and a couple others.

Cnet rated it 7.8 Very Good.
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LoL I've been looking at Cnet reviews.

Is there any other drives that does finger print? I need to compare them, and see which one is the best bang for my pennies
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post #4 of 6
Better save your pennies these things are not cheap.
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post #5 of 6
lol that's a good idea, but this is totally off topic: Todays fun fact: Did you know that it is illegal to purchase something worth more than 25 cents sll in pennies? well know you do
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Whoa... that's quite expensive!

LoL imagin buying a car in pennies you could glue all the pennies together to make a car
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