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Review: Aegis Bio 3.0 hard drive ideal for security conscious users

At a Glance

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  • Apricorn Aegis Bio USB 3.0 (1TB)
    3.5/5
    $140.00 (When Rated) via Dell Home
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    The Aegis Bio 3.0 is a hard drive meant for users who want to make sure that their files remain secure, and are willing to pay for it.

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At a Glance

The Aegis Bio 3.0 is a hard drive meant for users who want to make sure that their files remain secure, and are willing to pay for it.

Price when rated: $199 (500GB), $219 (700GB), and $249 (1TB)
Lowest price: $140.00 via Dell Home
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Pros

  • USB 3.0 port
  • Good overall performance

Cons

  • Biometric feature adds considerably to the price tag
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