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Gizmodo wouldn't be doing its job if we didn't alert you to every single USB device in existence. This one has an embedded antivirus vaccine engine. Available in capacities from 128MB to 2GB, the IOCELL VaccineDrive's antivirus software automatically checks with the mother ship for the latest virus definitions each time you plug it in. No word as to exactly which antivirus software this baby uses, but it's said to protect against spyware, adware, scumware and who-knows-whatware. Not only will it frisk the files you put onto it for those creepy crawlies, it'll also cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war (against viruses) into your host PC as well. And, because it doesn't conflict with anti-virus software already running on your computer, it's great for paranoid types who like to wear two condoms. Or, you could just stop clicking on those suspicious email attachments. Take your pick.

IOCELL, Launching VaccineDrive embedded anti-virus engine on USB drive [AVING]