Fujitsu PalmSecure LT Just Launched

Fujitsu has just launched a more cost-effective device using its PalmSecure technology that reads a palm’s veins pattern to identify individuals. If you wonder, the blood has to circulate so cutting a hand like it is sometimes shown in movies won’t work with this. We don’t really consider this to be a consumer device, but Fujitsu hopes to gain market share, thanks to a lower price point (how much exactly, is unknown at posting time). PalmSecure is designed to be integrated in computing environments where a biometric recognition would replace many passwords, just like a master password and something like Roboform would do, except that you can’t forget your password.


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