Fujitsu Lifebook E741/C now powered with biometric palm of your hand

Thousands of sensitive files, such as phone books, email, personal documents as well as private information etc are stored in Laptops. Protecting this valuable content from intruders is very important. For this reason, many solutions have been created over the years, such a solution is known as the biometric check.

Thousands of sensitive files, such as phone books, email, personal documents as well as private information etc are stored in Laptops. Protecting this valuable content from intruders is very important. For this reason, many solutions have been created over the years, such a solution is known as the biometric check.

While usually using a finger scan to access your personal computer, Fujitsu implements the control of the entire palm of the hand in its new Lifebook E741/C that is configured with a 15.6-inch screen and a resolution of 1366×768, a Core i7-2620M CPU and an Intel QM67 Express Chipset. It also has a cool power adapter that stop drawing power when the battery is fully charged, consuming no power when the battery is fully charged even if it’s plugged in.

The scanner is optional for the palm and works by shining a beam of light at 20 fps. The accuracy is almost 0.01%.

The price for the sale, with the form of biometric check is about $ 2,930, equivalent to about € 2,000.

[Via gizmowatch ]

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