Just about everyone who uses the internet is looking for some kind of peace of mind when it comes to internet browsing privacy. Most of the web browsers available today have some kind of “incognito” mode, but they still leave a digital footprint on the computer.
Whether you’re looking at your personal bank account online at the office, or your watching YouTube videos, you want some degree of internet privacy.
With more and more people resulting to BYOD (Bring your own device) which these days even includes using your own Macbook Pro at the office, you want to know that your personal stuff stays personal.
Steve Kim and the team at Wemagin have spent the last three years creating what could be the most private web browsing device to date.
“it’s a vpn, a cloud storage system, wrapped up in a private USB flash drive” Program Manager Carlton Williams said. It’s all housed in the USB device that also contains it’s own web browser. Whatever you browse on the Wemagin browser is truly private.
Have you ever been on vacation and needed to log on to a computer to handle a work “crisis”? Perhaps you decided to use a computer at the library or an internet cafe, using Wemagin would insure your privacy regardless of where you use the internet, and what computer you access the internet on.
In addition to all the security and privacy issues solved by Wemagin, it’s also the gateway to the private Wemagin cloud which can hold up to 4.5 terrabytes of your own, encrypted data. That’s enough for tons of family photos, videos, documents, and even your next novel.
What would you expect to pay for a device like this? Well Wemagin is introducing it to the world at a very reasonable $199 for the device and $5.99 per month subscription for the service. Through their Kicsktarer they’re offering a special $99 price for the device which will come with your first year of Wemagin service, including their cloud, for free.
The best part in all of this is that it’s extremely simple. Put the Wemagin device in your USB port and voila.