5 of the best James Bond gadgets
With the teaser trailer for the latest 007 film, Skyfall, hitting the net today – and the complete James Bond Blu-ray collection being made available for pre-orders – we've got Bond on the brain. So we've come up with the top five gadgets for budding secret agents.
Kingston DataTraveler 6000
From £40, kingston.com
Microfilm is a thing of the past and folders will get you laughed out of bootcamp – in 2012 the modern secret agent stores all his information on his trusty USB Drive. Coming in 2, 4 8 and 16GB versions, the Kingston DataTraveler 6000 is one of the most secure USB sticks money can buy, and offers plenty of space to store those high importance documents and office party snaps.
Thanks to 256-bit AES hardware-encryption and Elliptic Curve Cryptography, the DataTraveler 6000 features FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validation and even meets the rigorous Suite B standards approved by the US Government. Our favourite feature? The waterproof, titanium coated device will destroy all critical security parameters after 10 failed login attempts, a la Mission Impossible. Sadly there is as yet no feature to stop it being left on the train…