Subject: General Tech | March 6, 2006 - 12:04 PM |

Big Bruin reviews the Stealth Switch Desktop Cloaking Device.  It is a USB device with a kind of enhanced ALT-TAB, which hides that important program you were writing when someone comes snooping by and starts shoulder surfing. (Cause that's the only thing you could possibly be hiding, right?)  Read the full review to see if it can get you in even more trouble than you would be without it.

"Maybe the boss walked by as you were playing Solitaire? Perhaps the wife came downstairs while

you were visiting one of 'those' sites? Or perhaps something a little less devious, and you were

creating a confidential document as one of your nosy co-workers walked by. A new product called

the Stealth Switch may be the solution to discreetly cloak the contents of your PC desktop without

raising any suspicion by those happening by."

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