Secure Web Browsing with Greater File Capacity

StealthSurfer now available in one-gigabyte model

SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. (July 27, 2004) – Stealth Ideas Inc. announces the launch of the Gigabyte StealthSurfer. This USB 2.0 keychain-sized flash drive offers Stealth Ideas’ latest Web surfing privacy features combined with a new, and enormous, one gigabyte capacity – making file caching and file storage more powerful than ever before.

The Gigabyte StealthSurfer acts as a micro storage drive that, when plugged into the USB 2.0port of a computer, allows employees or users to surf the Web without displaying surfing history on a hard drive. Ideal for work environments where secure data is crucial, the Gigabyte StealthSurfer offers another layer of security by keeping mission-critical files off of networked systems. Using the customized Web browser that comes preloaded on the StealthSurfer drive, all cookies, cached files and other downloaded images are stored privately on this secure removable device. Once the user is done, the Gigabyte StealthSurfer is removed and the micro-sized unit goes with them – ensuring complete privacy of Internet habits and total security for confidential files. Even Web-based e-mail can be stored on the StealthSurfer making this the ideal tool for road warriors who wish to keep their e-mail private and removed from public (or even semi-secure internal networked) computer workstations.

Pricing and Availability

The device begins shipping immediately and is available at a special one-gig introductory price of $279.95 (regular retail price is $699). Gigabyte StealthSurfer is available through the company’s Web site, and select channel partners. Small, sturdy, sleek and versatile, the Gigabyte StealthSurfer offers the very best in portability, privacy and peace of mind.

About Stealth Ideas Inc.

Stealth Ideas Inc is a manufacturer of connectivity and peripheral products for computer hardware with a focus on privacy issues. The StealthSurfer is the first in a line of products that deal directly with consumer privacy and security, a growing concern for computer users. For more information, visit the company’s Web site at, or call 888-742-4747.