Today we have the Cyber
Snipa Dog Tags on the review block. What exactly are the "Dog
Tags"? Well, you are in for a treat. The big thing about the Dog
Tags is the USB thumb drive, which in our case is a roomy 4GB sample.
There's more to the Dog Tags though. On the other tag, it holds a
small pair of pliers, a philips and flat head screw driver, and a small LED
- USB 1.1/2.0
- Windows 98/SE/ME/2000/XP
- Mac OS X/Mac os 8.6 or higher
- Linux Kernel 2.4.X and higher
- 1 free USB slot
- Dog Tags USB Flash Drive
- USB extension cable
- User's Manual
- Installation CD
- Chain lanyard
The packaging gives you an idea of what is inside the box.
The back of the package gives you a break out of all of the tools and
Here's a shot of all the goodies inside.
Everything is wrapped in plastic for your protection.
The thumbdrive slides right out of the bottom of one of the Dog
The other Dog Tag comes with handy tools. I used the pliers to fix
a chain coat loop, and then used the light to help me see inside of my work
computer while it was still under my desk. Just think of them as a toned down
version of a Swiss Army Knife -- quick and convent if nothing else is
The back side of the tags have the company name and website just in case you
forgot where these come from.