Do you want to surf the internet completely anonymously and keep your personal information private on the computer that you happen to be using whether it be a public, business or personal machine? Sound too good to be true? Well maybe not. StealthSurfer sent me this killer software package pre-loaded on a USB drive to check out.
What is the StealthSurfer you ask? Like the real US Air Force Stealth Bomber that can fly at supersonic speeds and avoid all types of enemy radar, StealthSurfer claims that the StealthSurfer software package (delivered on an OCZ Rally 2 USB 2.o Flash Drive) can let you be completely anonymous and keep all your personal information off the computer you are using. Surfing the web “under the radar” and keeping all your web bookmarks, passwords, internet cache and email all anonymous sounds like a dream come true. Does it work? Let’s find out.
I personally try to keep my personal information off the internet and public computers as much as I can. There must be thousands of people like me out there that share the same sentiment. People like me that want to retain some anonymity while on the Internet and on public computers would be interested in what the StealthSurfer software package has to offer.
StealthSurfer chose OCZ Technology to deliver their StealthSurfer’s software package. The software comes pre-loaded on different sized OCZ Rally 2 USB 2.0 Flash Drives, though drives could come on other fast drives from other manufacturers. I was sent the 2 GB version for review ($179 MSRP) , but the StealthSurfer software package is also available on a 4GB ($225) , 8GB ($279) and 16 GB ($339) versions if you need the space.
The OCZ Rally 2 seems like a good fit as it has a pretty stealthy physical look and feel to it, encased in a matte black aluminum case with clear plastic casing on each end. Futurelooks reviewed the OCZ Rally 2 USB 2.0 Flash Drive back in July 2007.
What is in the Box
Unfortunately I don’t know what the retail box for the StealthSurfer actually looks like as the editorial sample of the StealthSurfer I received came in a manila envelope stuck to the paper press kit. The last page of the press kit was pretty important as it had my unique activation codes for the StealthSurfer software. The other two items in the envelope were a USB cable and lanyard.
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