Ennova USB drive with OLED screen / fingerprint scanner
With USB flash drive memory capacities now reaching 64GB and higher, user’s are now utilizing their USB flash drives as full external backup drives, making it even more important for users to secure the large amounts of personal data they are storing on their USB flash drives
It’s still a little ways from an actual release, but it looks like the folks at Ennova Direct just couldn’t help themselves from announcing that they’ve received a patent for a newfangled biometric USB flash drive that packs a built-in OLED screen.
Even better, that OLED screen apparently actually doubles as the fingerprint scanner, which may not add much extra in terms of security, but should be good for at least a few gee whiz moments. The actual patent, however, isn’t for that bit of convergence, but for the sliding mechanism that covers the screen when it’s closed and pops out the USB connector when it’s open. No word on pricing or capacities just yet, but it looks like the first few drives should be available under the ION Technologies brand sometime in the first quarter of 2010. Source>
Fingerprint scanner for a computer Security featuring superior performance, accuracy, durability based on unique Fingerprint Biometric Technology. It can be plugged into a computer separately with your mouse. It is very safe and convenient device for security instead of password that is vulnerable to fraud and is hard to remember.
It is very safe and convenient device for security instead of password that is vulnerable to fraud and is hard to remember.