Malwarebytes has announced launch of its USB stick named Malwarebytes Techbench for a price of $399.95/year as an introductory offer. Price seems pretty expensive, but this portable anti-malware USB drive aimed at technicians after plugging into an infected computer will perform scanning and removes malware automatically.

"Malwarebytes today announces the launch of Techbench, a tool to help IT workers fix and restore even the most malware-infected computers. Dubbed ‘the technician’s best friend’, the 16GB USB simply needs to be plugged into the infected computer, before it automatically scans and removes  even the most advanced Trojans, spyware, worms and other malicious software."

Malwarbytes Techbench USB drive is more useful PC technicians than a single user as they can use it and remove malware from multiple PCs. Commenting on the launch, Malwarebytes Chief Executive Officer, Marcin Kleczynski said: “Techbench is made by technicians, for technicians." 

Malwarebytes Techbench device

How to use Malwarebytes Techbench USB drive?

All you need to do is plug it into USB port and select few check boxes, Techbench will scan for malware and removes them in silent mode. Scan logs for each system will be stored in a separate folder in it and Quarantined items are also stored onto the USB device. This even offers the option to automatically install Malwarebytes Anti-Malware on cleaned computer.

Malwarebytes Techbench with 16GB in size offers 15 GB of free space to add other troubleshooting tools. Like Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, Techbench is protected with Malwarebytes Chameleon technology.

Techbench device works on Windows XP/Vista/7 and 8 requires an active internet connection to  update its database, you can buy this device  from here.