The Inverse Path USB armory ($130) is a little USB stick with an entire computer onboard (800MHz ARM processor, 512MB RAM), designed to be a portable platform for personal security applications.
Crowdfunded in January 2015, it received double its fundraising goal from security professionals and enthusiasts hoping the device would live up to its pre-launch aspirations to be "the Swiss Army Knife of security devices." It released shortly afterward, and was quickly considered the 'real deal' in opposition to the market rush of crowdfunding campaigns for dubious and fraudulent security devices hurrying to cash in on consumer hunger for a security-in-a-box solution.

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