Cyber Snipa Dog Tags

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The Cyber Snipa Dog Tags

Although they are quite a gimmicky product, the tags look quite professional with black plastic edging and a brushed aluminium centre.

Cyber Snipa Dog Tags
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As you can see, each one is slightly different from the other. One, holds the USB stick and the other is the home for the four different tools. You get: Pliers, screwdriver, bottle opener and erm… nail file. That one also comes with a mini torch – activated by the little rubber button on the underside – which is surprisingly powerful; illuminating the darkest areas with a pure white light.

Dog Tag Pen Drive
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NB. The Cyber Snipa ID on the back of the pen drive holding Dog Tag can be used to register the product for promotions and giveaways.

Dog Tag Pen Drive
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Dog Tag Tools
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Software

The CD that comes with the Dog Tags is very simple. After the quick installation, it allows you to “login”, “password” or “format” the drive when it’s plugged in. This allows for some level of data protection but it would be nice for once to see some nicer looking bundled software.

Flash Disk Manager

I would love to show you a screenshot of the “CarryItEasy” software that you find on the drive itself when you plug it in for the first time. However, every time I tried to start it, it would crash the test rig.

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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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