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I am confronted with USB memory keys and Android tablets which are labelled "eyeboom".

Does anybody know the manufacturer's name of these devices? I have searched everywhere but "eyeboom" as a manufacturer of electronic devices does not seem to exist.

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closed as off topic by terdon, Journeyman Geek, Sathya Feb 28 '13 at 10:34

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That's the purpose to find manufacturer? This is probably some rebranded Chinese generic manufacturer (which can be sold under 10 different names). – Petr Abdulin Feb 28 '13 at 10:26

Microsoft includes a utility in its Windows Driver Kit (WDK) called USBView:

USBView (Universal Serial Bus Viewer, Usbview.exe) is a Windows graphical user interface application that enables you to browse all USB controllers and connected USB devices on your computer. USBView works on all versions of Windows.

which provides a wealth of information about connected USB devices. It also decodes the vendor ID (image from here):

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Install USBView, plug in the USB devices, open USBView and see which manufacturer information is shown in the idVendor field.

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