How to more securely navigate websites, make a payment on the Internet, or activate your own VPN account when you use a computer that doesn’t belong to you? Take a look at USB Armory, the open source mini computer may be suitable for you.
The USB Armory is an open source, ultra mini computer that measures 65 x 19 x 6mm. As shown in the images, the mini computer looks like a USB stick, but it comes equipped with a Freescale i.MX53 ARM Cortex-A8 800MHz processor, 512MB DDR3 RAM, and 100% open source hardware, so the open source computer supports Android, Debian, Ubuntu, and FreeBSD, and an integrated microSD card slot allows you to use your microSD card to load OS, applications and your files, and brings you various applications such as OpenSSH client, router for end-to-end VPN tunneling, Tor bridge, password manager, electronic wallet, authentication token and more. Of course, you can also use it as a USB drive.
The team of USB Armory is raising fund via CrowdSupply. Pledging $130 will let you own the open source mini computer. If you’re interested, jump to CrowdSupply official site for more details or check out the following demo video first.