When someone talks about keeping their data safe, we normally think of uncrackable passwords, file encryption, and maybe an ex-pro wrestler who went by the name "Dangerous Dimitri" to guard the server room. As it turns out, LaCie had something a little different in mind when it created the XtremKey ($50 and up). Made from zamac, a zinc, aluminum, magnesium and copper alloy that can withstand the pressure of a 10-ton truck, the XtremKey is designed to be pressure, shock, water, and weatherproof, with its premium flash memory modules sealed inside a 2mm metal pipe casing by wear-resistant screw threads and a rubber O-ring. Available in storage sizes up to 64GB, it's perfect for the IT pro who moonlights as an adventuring archaeologist.