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Stealth Switch USB Desktop Security

 

06/24/06

     Today we are going to look at a very cool toy. I saw this product on several websites so I had to see how it works. For all intent and purposes the Stealth Switch is not much more then an extremely durable mouse but the intelligence is not in the hardware but the software. We are going to take a closer look the Stealth switch and see how well and what it actually does.

Specs:

 

  • Hide Current Window

  • Hide All Open Windows

  • Hide All Open Windows (except specified windows)

  • Autorun at system startup

  • Start in system tray only (stealth startup mode)

    Interface - StealthSwitch Desktop Cloaking Device for Computer Privacy

  • Password protect access to restore and configuration

  • Mute sound when hiding windows

  • Play distinctive StealthSwitch™ sound when hiding windows

  • Application Launcher – Start a specific application when hiding windows (if it isn’t already open)

  • Display the StealthSwitch Icon, animate the StealthSwitch Icon, or no icon

  • Hide taskbar when hiding windows

  • Hide all desktop icons when hiding windows

  • Timed hide – hide windows after a specified period of inactivity

  • 6 foot cable

  • USB/PS2 compatible

  • One year Limited Warranty

  • 30 Day Risk Free Trial

Applications

     People are spying on you in your own office. After using the StealthSwitch everyday for over 2 years, I’m convinced that anyone that owns a computer and is concerned about privacy will benefit from a StealthSwitch. It has become common practice to use software to protect your computer from viruses, spyware, adware, spam, and hackers. But, there is no protection from someone looking over your shoulder at your monitor. Soon, the StealthSwitch will be another required tool to protect against this all too common invasion of privacy.

 

  • Hipaa
  • General Office
  • Law Office
  • Doctors Office
  • Cubicle Privacy
  • Government Offices
  • Students
  • Gamers
  • Secretary
  • Anywhere computer privacy is important

 

 

 

Price:  SRTP 39.95 special offer 29.95USD purchase link

    

 

 

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Company Info

 

H-Mod Inc.
1954 First Street #513
Highland Park, IL 60035
sales@stealthswitch.com

 

 

 

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