Hitachi fingers vein recognition for authentication

Wednesday, 30 November 2005, 2:14 AM EST

Hitachi in Japan has unveiled its new Lora SE210 security laptop computer featuring a biometric security device that uses vein recognition. The security device is placed below the keyboard and uses infra red light to scan the finger's tissue for vein patterns.

By Tom Sanders at vnunet.

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