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The keyless fingerprint reader is not only the first major biometric device to be available to retailers, it’s also the first of its kind, and it cost $15K to build.
But in case you were wondering, the $3,500 device is the cheapest in the US.
As Recode’s Tim Shorrock explains, the keyless reader is “designed to be portable and easily concealed in plain sight.”
The device requires a battery that can last up to a year, which is quite a feat for a keyless device.
That battery can also be swapped in and out, so you can buy the right one when you want to go back to a previous password or store the device in a pocket.
This is an extremely popular use case for biometrics, especially since many companies are investing in the technology.
So far, there are three keyless biometric devices out there, but the $5,000 system from Passcode is the most expensive of the bunch.
The device was developed by a company called Pwna, and Pwnabook has the specs: 2,000 lumens, 1,600 times brightness, a 0.4 micron-pixel OLED screen, and a 1.7-inch touch panel.
Pwnable claims the system will “provide an unparalleled level of security, while maintaining a sleek, yet compact appearance.”
Pwnabeook, which was founded by a former Microsoft employee, claims to have “developed a breakthrough, low-cost, wireless biometric biometric keyless door lock with up to 50 percent accuracy.”
In other words, the system is designed to be able to detect a number of different fingerprints.
The Pwnabyook system requires a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 2.5 years, which isn’t too shabby for a fingerprint reader.
However, there is a catch.
The system does not have an optical scanner, which means it won’t work with the fingerprint reader currently on the market, the Fitbit Charge 2.
Pawnabook does have a software update available for the device, and you can sign up for it at the Pwnablook website.
There, you’ll be able download the update and install it.
This software upgrade will allow the Pawnabyook to recognize more than 10 different fingerprints, allowing it to identify more than 40 different types of biometres.
Once you’re done, you can continue to use the Paunabyook in the comfort of your home.
The updates will also allow Pawnaook to detect more than 100 different fingerprint types.
You can also connect to a smartphone to check the biometric status of the device.
The update will be available for free for six months after which it will cost $29.99.
However this price does not include the keychain that will come with the Pownabyook, and that will cost you another $20.00.
If you’re looking for the most cost-effective biometric reader out there right now, you might want to consider Pawnable.
The company has not said if the Pounabyook will ever be released outside of the US, but if it does, you’re likely to see it on the shelves of major retailers.
This $15k biometric lock is the best one currently available, but it’s not the cheapest.