Microsoft Fingerprint Reader Review

Posted: Sep 19 2005, 2:13am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:30pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
Microsoft Fingerprint Reader Review
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Tweak News reviews the Microsoft Fingerprint Reader.

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"Finger print readers have been around for a long time – in Hollywood, where you most likely see them being used to access high security areas in action movies, but similarly they have been around for surprisingly a long time in army bases around the world. As time went on they found their way into corporate networks protecting vital company data before swiftly moving into our homes. Today you can pick up a good quality fingerprint reader in many shops but there is one that Microsoft is touting to be the best and it is pushing its technology into keyboards, bundling together with mice and as a separate fingerprint reader module, which is what is going to be reviewed here today."
Read the full review. Compare prices on the Microsoft Fingerprint Reader.

See also our review of a Fingerprint Reading USB Thumb Drive.

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