I've been using a DataVac ED-500 Electric Duster (https://www.metrovacworld.com/product/DataVac_Electric_Duster/overview) for a while now, maybe 3 years or so.It's branded as an Electric Duster and its product page states it's meant to be use for electronics.
Recently I saw the manufacturer started selling another model ED500-ESD (https://www.metrovacworld.com/product/DataVac_ESD_Safe_Electric_Duster/overview).Apparently it's an anti-static model.
Since 2012, I've read people on these forums had been using the ED-500 base model with computers. But now I'm a bit confused. Have we all been using a model that was actually generating static, or causing damage to our electronics?
Pardon me in advance - I don't know much about static, or its corresponding physics.
Thanks in advance for any help.