The device is bootable from any PC with an x86 processor supporting USB boot. All bookmarks, address book, emails, and office documents are stored securely on the device and never leave a trace on the host PC. Users enter a login password at each session.
FingerGear reports the Computer-On-a-Stick will feature a public and a private partition. The private partition can only be accessed by booting from the device and after entering a login password while the public partition will be accessible on every Windows, Linux and Mac computer.
The company will soon also launch the Bio Computer-on-a-stick, which will feature a fingerprint reader for biometric authentication. More details at GeekZone