These are awsome
These sticks cannot be beaton on a price v's features front, thats why the NHS has adopted them as their preferred Encrypted USB device.
To answer a few of the coments already posted.
Marvin the Martian - You cannot remove the memory, and if you could the data stored on it would be AES256 bit encrypted anyway.
Pheet - for many of the applictions SafeStick will be used for, read government they will mandate that you cannot use Open Source unless you have full rights to change the code, this is not possible with all open source licence agreements. Also by making your product fully Open Source you allow the competitors to copy you. My last email to BlockMaster indicated Linux Support might be available sooner than you think.
oxo 1 - Most government oganisations stipulate that you cannot use biometrics with a hardware encrypted device, they are far too easy to break into. The product you link to is cr*) thats why it is £14
Mark 65 - Is absolutely right, any software encrypted solution is easy to brute force attack, simply lift the encrypted data off the stick and copy it and have as many machines as you like attack the password with your chosen tool, SafeStick currently enforces 20 password attempts before wiping the data.
Ironkey by the way is only 128 bit AES !
Only goes up to 8GB in Storage
The MacOSX and Linux is not very stable
It is almost double the price of SafeStick.
Thought review was reasonable, although completely misses the SafeConsole Central Management platform, which users can install on their LAN / Data Centre to manage their sticks, remote lock/disable/wipe sticks, publish apps, files to, and much much more.
You cannot beat SafeStick on price v's features.
download a trail of SafeConsole and request a free stick here - www.safestick.net - try getting a free evaluation stick from IronKey or a trial of their management suite...... you won't !