Da Vinci Code inspires secure USB drive

The external 8cm barrel comprises five aluminium alloy rotating rings on
which each has printed the 26 letters of the English alphabet. Removing
the USB flash drive from within the cylinder involves entering the
correct combination of which there are 14,348,907 possible combinations
thanks to the decision to adopt letters on each ring rather than
numbers.
The USB drive contained within the barrel uses 256-bit AES encryption,
adding another layer of security to the physical design, with a
customisable auto-format option for incorrectly-entered passwords.

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