PQi Windows 10 My Lockey Fingerprint Reader USB Dongle
Say goodbye to agonizing long alphanumeric passwords! PQI's latest My Lockey fuses man and machine. No longer do we type-in our passwords but we use the uniqueness in everyone of us as the goldkey for security. And it's simple, just use PQI My Lockey and your finger(s) anywhere and anytime to safe guard your data from unauthorized access. In the future, whether you are in an office, on the move, bank or school, My Lockey can be used on public computers without compromising data security. With My Lockey, you can access "My favorites", log into your favorite social media or online shopping sites. Use it for certifications such as ecommerce, online payments or connecting to cloud databases, your digital world is secured and available to you and only you, at your fingertips! So secure your digital world with the latest biometric technology and throw away your puzzling passwords. Your fingertips hold the key, My Lockey!
Detectable in 360 degrees, anyone of your fingers will do
Using capacitive touch technology, it is more accurate and responsive than traditional optics. Use any of your fingertips, left or right hand, you can use it as your security pass to safeguard your personal data.
Setup up to 10 fingerprint IDs
You may setup to 10 fingerprint IDs and for every fingerprint ID account, one can setup multiple fingerprints as IDs. On a public access computer (office, bank, school, etc.), the account data shown will be determined by the fingerprint ID so personal data can only be accessed by you, avoiding personal data accessed by others.
Certified by Fast Identity Online (FIDO) Alliance
The Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) Alliance is an industry consortium that started back in February 2013. Its' main purpose is to address the lack of interoperability among strong authentication devices and problems users face when creating and having to remember multiple usernames and passwords. It also resolves malicious trojan programs from obtaining your password. So whether it is ecommerce, online payments, software / hardware system integrators or traditional PKI token certification, PQI Fingerprint USB Dongle is FIDO certified, it is platform / system interoperable and meets modern digital data safety needs.
• USB 2.0 Interface with Status LED.
• Compatible with Microsoft Windows 10 Home/Pro PCs which meet Windows Hello Biometric Requirements.
• Also compatible with Windows 8.1 & Windows 7.
• Super compact measuring only 20 x 16.5 x 8mm.
• Ultra light at 3grams. Features Designed for the latest Windows 10 operating system
Couple Microsoft Windows Hello biometric with PQI Fingerprint USB Dongle, follow the Accounts' Sign-in option prompts for fingerprint password setup and you're on your way to secure your personal data and never having to remember complex passwords, ever!
No. 1 in fingerprint ID, your personal gold-key, access within 0.15 seconds
Swift, accurate and responsive! In the blink of an eye (within 0.15 seconds), it accurately identifies the biometric ID on the sensor. Compare to typing the password, it only requires 1/3 of the time to access your personal data.
Breath-sensing, precision algorithm, virtually impossible to duplicate
My Lockey features AI biological detection, breath-sensing and high precision algorithm to detect forged fingerprints, making your data safer and harder for high-tech forgers to access!
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