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Unlike other software offerings, the "Hi Volt Antivirus" uses electricity to protect your laptop from nasty infections or unwanted snoopers. You won't be seeing this in stores anytime soon, as it was built for just demonstration purposes. Click here for first picture in gallery. Here's how it works:

The electrode in the pic above was attached to a rotating apex, once turned on, the revolving surface was fed by an electricity supply, which gave rise to the effect above via a multiplier. Using various photography techniques, the images above were captured
[via Gizmodo - Tesladownunder]

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This entry was posted on 04/07/2008 00:55am and is filed under Laptops, Science .
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