Plexuscom BioDisk Biometric USB Flash Drive Review

Posted: Mar 31 2004, 11:31pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:25pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

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Plexuscom the electronics division of the Chou Chin Industrial Group in Taiwan sent us a Biometric Access Controlled USB Flash Drive called BioDisk for review.

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"The Plexuscom BioDisk makes a great first impression. The Flash Drive is equipped with 192 x 236 pixel array sensor to recognize fingerprints. The user interface is kind of fun with the blue Mickey Mouse hand. PlexusCom also supplies a little utility that has one great feature I like a lot. A screen-saver that is controlled via the fingerprint access."
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