Software copyright protection company PACE have just announced a new version of their ubiquitous iLok. The third-generation iLok is available in either USB-A or USB-C versions, the latter of which should be particularly appealing to MacBook and iMac users who have previously had to connect their iLoks to a USB hub or adaptor cable.
PACE tell us that the new model of iLok can hold up to 1500 software licenses (a threefold increase compared with the previous generation), and that its transfer speed is double that of the iLok 2.
Finally, unlike the previous plastic USB keys, the newest iLok is built into a metal case, making it much less likely to crack or split.
The new iLok is available now, and costs $59.95.