With the USB version of the KP, it's as simple as writing down the code and handing it off. That gives the KP a nice niche. Where the larger drive serves as a portable hard drive with a robust security feature that likely will not change hands, the smaller flash drive can be used as an escape pod of sorts for when you need to hand over files, programs, photos, or videos.
It's billed as a product born from a collaboration with Silicon Valley engineers. It's supposed to be a smarter, more sustainable air purifier, and it also connects to an app on your phone.
This new drive is my new digital briefcase. This is a hard drive I can carry to and from school, the studio, and meetings with clients with the added bonus of security.
An award-winning flash drive like this -- it was the Red Dot 2019 Award winner as well as a CES 2019 Innovation Award Honoree -- can do a lot of good for people who can't exactly handcuff their digital briefcases to their wrists but want to keep one handy and hanging off a keychain.
I had a few brands in mind, but when Secretlab announced their limited edition Dark Knight chair, I jumped at the chance and preordered.
Ever wonder what it would be like to own a small coffee shop that doubles as a late-night meetup in a fantasy world where orcs order cafe lattes?
But isn't it funny -- to think that a pandemic led me to start working on the site again and that one of my first reviews is about a game in which the world has been turned upside down by a mysterious illness?
The real story and mystery reveals itself as a parable about good vs. evil, treating your guests hospitably, and the current state of our nation.