We visited Socal Axe Throwing in Temecula, California to find out how much damage the IronKey D300 Encrypted USB Flash Drive can take and to test if they’re still in working condition. Kingston’s product expert Brian Roberts and Khail Anonymous throw everything from shuriken and kunai throwing knives, to tomahawk axes, 4-lb hammers, shovel heads, and long-boy axes along with some attempts at close-up swings at the IronKey D300. They then connect them to the Macbook Pro to find out which ones would still work.
Rugged and secure, IronKey D300 has a zinc casing and tamper-evident epoxy seal for physical security, so you can rest assured the drive will hold up even in the most demanding situations. It also features an advanced level of security that builds on the features that made IronKey well-respected in safeguarding sensitive information such as FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified to 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption in XTS mode.