The SecuX W10 is original hardware wallet released by this company. This model shares many similarities with it's successor, the W20; including the same "military-level security" and Infineon SLE solid, Flash CC EAL5+ Secure Element chip. Every delivery is sent in tamper-resistant sealing on device and packaging to prevent any security threats during transit. This model also shares the same screen size of the W20, both boasting a 2.8" full-colour touchscreen.
However, the SecuX W10 does not support Bluetooth, instead relying on USB-B only, which is a little dated. Much like its successor, this model allows for up to 500 expandable accounts and remains compliant with standard 12, 18 and 24-word recovery protocols. It operates on Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS and Linux, whilst supporting over 1000+ crypocurrency assets and tokens. Although sharing many similarities, the SecuX W10 sells for just under half the price of the W20, costing approx. ~$69.00. Learn more about this model in our pros & cons below, or use our comparison feature to see the key differences between all 3 models.
Support & Reputation
Supports 1000+ cryptocurrency assets
No Wi-Fi connection for added security
Access holdings via device, mobile or PC
CC EAL 5+ Infineon Secure Element Chip
Slightly simple design
No Bluetooth connectivity
No trading via wallet support
USB-B is somewhat outdated
Undisclosed battery life - likely ~7 hours
Touchscreen susceptible to breaks/cracking if dropped
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