New ThinkPad T43 layers on security

Thursday, 20 January 2005, 12:07 AM EST

Although IBM Corp. plans to sell its PC division to China’s Lenovo Group Ltd. soon, the company is still upgrading products. The ThinkPad T43 notebook design due out in April layers on several new security functions.

The earlier ThinkPad T42 already comes with a silicon-chip fingerprint reader for biometric authentication. Besides the reader, the T43 will have Antidote Delivery Manager software, part of IBM’s Rescue and Recovery 2.0.

By Susan M. Menke at GCN.

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