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CeBit: Super speed USB drive, the SecuTablet and a robot artist

Plenty came out of this year’s CeBit including a super secure tablet, Samsung Announces its commitment to enterprise and a robot creates some art
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There has been lots of interesting stuff coming out of this year’s CeBit computer expo, here are some of the highlights.

Firstly, iStorage announced the release of a super speed USB 3.0 drive with digital encryption.

The device consists of a robust, shock-proof design as well as the XTS-AES 256-bit AES hardware encryption, allowing the secure yet easy portability of confidential data, encrypting information at 3.0 speeds.

John Michael, CEO of iStorage, said: “iStorage is delighted to continue to evolve its product range to effectively secure the mainstream.

“To meet ever-evolving market demands and in response to feedback from our customers who communicated the need for high capacity compact data storage devices, we came up with the datAshur SSD.”

Sticking with secure products, a BlackBery owned company, Secusmart presented its SecuTablet with IBM.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is a high-security device allows data that requires special security requirements to be used on the move.

Dr Hans-Christoph Quelle, CEO of Secusmart, commented: “Security is ingrained in every part of BlackBerry’s portfolio, which includes voice and data encryption solutions.

“National and international government customers have entrusted their voice and data communications with the Secusmart Security Card for years. This same technology is what secures the new SecuTABLET. Working alongside IBM and Samsung, we have added the last link in the chain of the Federal Security Network.”

TP-Link unveiled a new business class indoor Wi-Fi access point, along with an upgraded extender into the UK market, which promised to boost a flawless wireless signal to previously unreachable and hard to wire areas.

Plus, Robochop, the robot artist showed off its skills, designing small bits of art quicker than any mere human.

Robochop follows commands from a computer, creating unique sculptures. See this guy in action below.

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