This is probably not the first hand-cranked paper shredder you have come across, but’s it most likely the smallest one you have seen so far. The tiny document slicer is easy to bring along and requires not batteries whatsoever. Portable Paper Shredder Hand-held paper shredder […]
Here’s a whole new take on the “just because you’re paranoid, it doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you” gadget concept: a spy camera hidden inside a coat hook.
This tiny web camera, measuring only 6 x 2.7 x 2.2 cm, doubles as a spy camera and it is capable of recording color video in a 640 x 480 pixel resolution at 25 frames per second, or shooting stills with an 1600 x 1200 […]
Say hello to the latest member of the “just because you’re paranoid, it doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you” gadget family – the wireless spy scanner.
This burglar alarm would fit nicely in the 10 Fun and Weird Doorstops article. A 120dB high-pitched alarm will sound when someone tries to push the door against the stopper.
If you don’t want your nosey friends or co-workers to be able to see what top secret figures you are entering at your computer, this new USB keypad with cover might be just the ticket.
This new take on the popular button spy camera comes with a golden ring that always you to perform various actions, such as start recording video and taking photographs.
If you happen to get caught up in an emergency situation, simply pull the string to detach the metal pin and activate the 120 decibel signal for this tiny personal alarm.
This wireless door camera phone will shoot three pictures of the visitor when he or she pushes the ‘Call’ button. These photos can be viewed on the display unit, a USB device that can be connected to your computer for charging and backups.
The GoldKey is a small token that protects your sensitive data using a 256-bit strong encryption. Simply insert the key into a USB port, enter a desired password, and you’re done. Now no one can access the data without your key and password.
This black aluminium HDD storage tower connects up to five 3.5-inch IDE/SATA hard disks. You can have up to four units stacked together.
EDGE Tech Corp, the US-based company that gave us the 32GB USB 2.0 memory stick, has announced the DiskGO Secure Guardian Flash Drive – a storage device that exceeds the government standard for encrypting data with its 256-bit AES hardware encryption.
The USB KeyShark is a computer spy accessory that falls under the category “Just because you’re paranoid, it doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you”.
This talking and bleeping mini safe might not be the type of secure box that your home insurance company would recommend, but it works as a fun way to store some of your kind-of-valuable stuff.
This external hard disk enclosure can be used with any readily available 2.5 inch HDD and it allows you to protect the data using a fingerprint reader.
This 3-button 800 dpi optical USB mouse comes with a built-in fingerprint reader – allowing you to use it as a “windows or website log-in and for decryption gate for encrypted files or drives”.
Here’s a way to do a little home security surveillance in true FBI Files style, using a small high-quality Sony camera disguised as a normal smoke detector.
This may look like an ordinary computer mouse, but if you look closer you will notice an extra button that allows you to “protect your privacy”.
This CCTV security system from Lorex uses a built-in IP server to provide remote internet surveillance monitoring from anywhere in the world.
This new spy gadget allows you to search for hidden cameras. It can detect the lens of any wired, wireless or covert camera from up to 50 feet away.