Inside Adrian Kingsley-Hughes' office: The secret lives of gadgets




Adrian Kingsley Hughes


A tour of some of the gear that Hardware 2.0's Adrian Kingsley-Hughes uses on a daily basis to get his work done -- whether at the office, at home, or on the move.

The new Aegis Secure Key 3NXC builds on Apricorn's Secure Key 3z and Aegis Secure Key 3NX, taking the same proven form-factor and physical keypad, and adding something that users have been asking for: USB-C support.
When I started using Aegis keys with the built-in keypad I'd expected the polymer-coated buttons to be the weak link, but they are exceedingly wear-resistant and do not seem to wear out over time to reveal the most commonly used buttons. I have similar drives that have been in regular usage for over a year, and the keypad is still like new. (Read Full Review)