Asus Eee 1018P Netbook Uses AuthenTec TruePrint Smart Sensor

Posted: Apr 6 2010, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:24pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

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We first heard of the Asus Eee 1018P netbook back around CeBIT in February. The machine is a 10-inch Pine Trial netbook. The best feature of the machine was that it has a thin 18mm profile and promises 14 hours of run time per charge.

After all this time AuthenTec has stepped up and stated that the little netbook uses its TruePrint Smart Sensor and TrueSuite Identity Management software. It is the first netbook to leverage all of these features according to Authentec.

The sensor saves power to help improve run time and offers one touch access to log in and out of the machine. The sensor is 128-pixels wide and uses LED drivers and more.

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