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Zalman ZM-VE400 Enclosure for 2.5 inch S-ATA Virtual Drive/Hard Drive - Black

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  • Virtual Driver technology
  • Real Time 256-Bit AES Hardware Encryption
  • Delivers information through LCD interface
  • Supports up to 5Gbps transmission USB3.0 Super Speed
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BrandZalman
Item Weight240 g
Product Dimensions17.6 x 14.2 x 5.2 cm
Item model numberZM-VE400 (BK)
Hard Drive Size250 GB
  
Additional Information
ASINB00AEGKVMW
Best Sellers Rank 84,345 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight240 g
Date First Available20 Feb. 2013
  
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Zalman have introduced another world first, with the USB3 ZM-VE400, an external 2.5" HDD enclosure with Virtual Drive function, touch number keypad and 256bit AES hardware encryption. Not only will the new VE400 act like any other external HDD enclosure, you also have the ability to store/boot and load ISO images from your CD/DVD/BD collection, just as if it was a physical optical drive!

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ZM-VE400;Pouch;USB 3.0 Lead;Screw driver and Screws;Manual

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David Bryan on 13 July 2013
I have found the Zalman VE400 a great addition to my tool box & would not be without it.

It is a bit quirky to start with but it does not take long to get to grips with.

At first I thought mine was faulty as it had two issues (I soon got round them)

At first I used a Western Digital 640GB (WD6400BPVT) and set it up for encryption but on a reboot would not prompt for a password (so could not retrieve what I had put on the drive).But after searching the web I came across Runaway Brainz review on the VE400 ([...]
Where it was reported the same issue but with a Western Digital Blue 1TB (WD10JPVT). So I replaced the drive with another make and now all works fine.

Another issue I came across was after using it a while I could not select an .ISO to mount and all the screen said was `Check HDD'. But I could not find anything in the documentation or on the web of how to resolve. In the end I found it was a simple fix of just choosing the `Save Remove' menu option Or hold the `1' key down for 5secs. (also worth doing after mounting a ISO so when the PC reboots it remembers the mounted ISO)

The only other thing worth noting is the caddy can be used for any existing 2.5" & if encryption is not used no data is lost.

The only reason I have not given it five stars is because of it's compatibility issues with Western Digital drives (only the encryption function that is)
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I already had a couple of VE300s that I was happy with, but I carry client data around so thought an encrypted version would be better in case it got nicked. It's also got great geek appeal, having just about every feature you could put into an external drive (USB3, encryption, virtual ODD, write protection). There's another model that has wi-fi, but lacks encryption.
It's a shame they didn't take the opportunity of the redesign to improve the cramped display. That, and the icons, menus etc are identical to the VE-300.
I'm not a huge fan of the keypad. I had using the jog wheel on the old Zalmans down to a fine art. The buttons on this one are capacitative and need to be touched gently for about a second before they register, and there are no 'dimples' to guide you to the sweet spot. Getting an older PC to boot from a virtual CD / DVD can be a time-sensitive process, so entering a PIN and selecting the correct ISO before the POST ends will be tricky.
But it's secure which is more important to me, and it looks nice, so I'll keep it.
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