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F.R.E.D. – the ultimate forensic computer for nabbing bad people


Meet F.R.E.D. Otherwise known as the Forensic Recovery of Evidence Device. Or his chum F.R.E.D.D.I.E. (Forensic Recovery of Evidence Device Diminutive Interrogation Equipment). Apart from some excruciating acronym crunching model name contortions (or EACMNC), this is probably the gear you’ll want to use when you set up that crime scene forensic computing service out of your back bedroom. Wheel your FREDDIE into the scene of the perp (or something), remove the drive from the nearest computer and suck out all the incriminating evidence without losing data to your own hard drive activities. Priced at or $5,999.00 and above. RIAA operatives especially welcome.


 FREDDIE is designed for use “On Location” at electronic crime scenes. Remove the hard drive(s) from the suspect system and plug them into FREDDIE and acquire the electronic evidence. FREDDIE is designed to acquire data directly from IDE/EIDE/ATA/SATA/ATAPI/ SCSI I/SCSI II/SCSI III hard drives and storage devices. FREDDIE is also capable of handling 3½ inch floppies as well as CD-ROM and DVD. No more worrying about the problems encountered trying to configure parallel devices on suspect equipment in order to use external backup devices.

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