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Kingston Amber Alert drive helps track missing kids

updated 10:50 am EST, Fri March 9, 2007

Kingston Amber Alert Drive

Memory maker Kingston has teamed with Global Security Alerts to create the AMBER Alert Child ID Kit. This converted 512MB DataTraveler USB flash drive includes software that stores all of a child's relevant information -- including photos, personal info, and Internet account IDs -- in a single location. The drive helps worried parents quickly get relevant information to police and others if their children ever goes missing and will automatically update itself to make sure that Internet-based information remains current.

Individual drives ship now for $30, but both involved companies encourage ordering in bulk to protect children and drop the price to $24 each when buying two or more. [via Popgadget]



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