ThinkPad T42 with biometric security

Thursday, 6 January 2005, 12:22 AM EST

IBM has again raised the bar on laptop security by adding built-in biometric security to its already attractive ThinkPad T42 series. The new laptop now integrates a fingerprint reader and costs just around $200 more than a similarly-configured T42 without the biometric scanner. With the new reader you simply swipe your finger across a small, horizontally-oriented sensor to log-on to the system, software applications, Web sites, or databases, so you can say goodbye to passwords.

At BIOS Magazine.

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