‘Anti-5G quantum machine’ turns out to just be 128MB USB drive

From techradar.com


Conspiracy theories surrounding the negative effects of 5G have become increasingly popular online, and scammers are now looking to capitalise with fake products claimed to protect against these made-up claims.

Now a company called BioShield Distribution has launched a new device which it claims can protect users from them using “quantum holographic catalyzer technology”.

The 5GBioShield recently went on sale in the UK for £283 ($348), with its creators claiming it could protect a users’ entire home from 5G. However a strip-down test has now revealed that the device is actually just a cheap USB stick with a sticker attached, offering no protection to any dangers, real or imagined.

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