All things considered, I was impressed with the Kingston
DataTraveler BlackBox. It performed admirably well even though it has to
deal with on-the-fly 256-bit AES encryption. Also, the security process
is relatively transparent in that all you have to do is put in your
password and subsequently, the drive acts just like a normal USB flash
drive. The build quality is excellent unlike some older DataTravelers
I've owned; I soaked the drive in a cup of water for several minutes and
it still worked.