Corsair Padlock 2 review -
So we start of with packaging, blister packaging .. as simple as it can get really. The product itself is already really sturdy. So there's no chance of damaging it real quick anyway.
Bundled you'll find a Corsair Padlock 2 USB FLASH storage unit, manual. lanyard and USB extension cable. No driver CD or anything is needed. Everything is managed by the FLASH disk itself.
To use the Padlock 2s security features and why you probably bought the device, you need to create a personal identification number (PIN) to protect your data. The process is quite simple and we actually made a little video on it which we'll show you later on in this article.
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