Lenovo introduces newly secure ThinkPads

Monday, 16 October 2006, 3:31 PM EST

ThinkPad notebooks from Chinese computer-maker Lenovo, which already let the user log on with a thumbprint instead of a password, will now allow users to encrypt their hard drives at the press of a finger.

The company planned to announce the new security technology on Monday.

At the LA Times.

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