As the demand for improved security increases daily, biometric technologies like fingerprint identification sensors, are making it possible to provide the security users demand.
In a bid to offer enhanced security to notebook users, Fujitsu's new LifeBook U810 mini convertible notebook will include the AuthenTec (News
) AES2501B slide fingerprint sensor.
With this inclusion, users are offered the Power of Touch to easily navigate, access and secure their notebooks.
AuthenTec fingerprint sensors are based on the company's TruePrint
technology that according to the company, "reads below the surface of the skin to the live layer, where a person's true fingerprint resides."
Aimed at users on the go and the increasingly mobile workforce, the LifeBook U810 mini convertible notebook is further enhanced with the addition of fingerprint biometrics that ensure security of data if the notebook is lost, stolen or left unattended
"The AuthenTec fingerprint sensor continues to be a key component in the suite of security features incorporated into Fujitsu mobile computers," said Paul Moore, senior director of mobile product marketing, Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation in a statement to the press.
"The highly mobile LifeBook U810 mini convertible notebook is the perfect candidate for the quick, easy and iron-clad security delivered by the AuthenTec fingerprint sensor. Not only can a user's fingerprint swipe replace authentication; a single authentication can launch Windows, and replace various application logins," also said Moore.