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5GBioShield: A USB key that promises to protect against 5G for almost US$450

5GBioShield: A USB key that promises to protect against 5G for almost US$450. (Image source: 5GBioShield)
5GBioShield: A USB key that promises to protect against 5G for almost US$450. (Image source: 5GBioShield)
Using "proprietary holographic nano-layer" and "quantum biological shielding" technologies, 5GBioShield claims that its USB key will protect you against harmful 5G radiation. Its "life force frequencies" are available for almost US$450. No, we are not joking.
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We wish this were a joke. We really do. However, Pen Test Partners has confirmed that the 5GBioShield USB key is real and 5GBioShield is shipping units to people for a minimum of £349.60 (~US$430.74) including shipping.

According to 5GBioShield, its USB key provides the following:

...protection for your home and family, thanks to the wearable holographic nano-layer catalyser, which can be worn or placed near to a smartphone or any other electrical, radiation or EMF emitting device.

If you would like to laugh at more gibberish, including the USB key's "active field effect" of at least 40 metres, then you can read the product description here.

Apparently the result of "research of several decades in multiple countries", the 5GBioShield USB key is nothing more than a 128 MB pen drive. In fact, the 5GBioShield bears an uncanny resemblance to the Crystal USB sold by USB2U.

The 5GBioShield has even received an endorsement from the Glastonbury Town Council in the UK. Published in the report and recommendations from the council's 5G Advisory Committee, at least one committee member "use[s] this device and find[s] it helpful". We would not recommend you doing the same.

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5GBioShield claims that the "active field effect" of its USB key can cover a house. (Image source: 5GBioShield)
5GBioShield claims that the "active field effect" of its USB key can cover a house. (Image source: 5GBioShield)
The 5GBioShield USB key even works when it is not plugged in... (Image source: 5GBioShield)
The 5GBioShield USB key even works when it is not plugged in... (Image source: 5GBioShield)
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Prior to writing and translating for Notebookcheck, I worked for various companies including Apple and Neowin. I have a BA in International History and Politics from the University of Leeds, which I have since converted to a Law Degree. Happy to chat on Twitter or Notebookchat.
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Alex Alderson, 2020-05-28 (Update: 2020-05-28)