The Velleman PCSU1000 is an inexpensive USB-based oscilloscope. It has 2 channels, an analog bandwidth of 50MHz and 1GS/s sampling rate.
See Velleman PCSU1000/Info for more details (such as lsusb -vvv output) about the device.
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- The vendor software appears to have been written by Magnova Components.