Comments on: Palm fingerprint recognition on the way

Applied Biometrics Products, Inc. announced today that they would demonstrate their Kryptic PilotTM fingerprint identification product for Palm Computing® platform devices at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2000). Kryptic Pilot is not just a fingerprint sensor, as you might think from its small size and low cost. Applied Biometrics has stuffed ALL of the electronics for fingerprint capture, database storage and identification inside their patent-pending, battery-operated, Kryptic Pilot. The unit is expected to retail for $69. Read more in this press release.
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anon. @ 12/29/1999 2:57:02 PM #
Humm...lemme think here... they are saying that Microsoft has a monopoly on hardware... why arent people complaining that 3com has a monopoly on pdas... just a thought


Joseph @ 12/30/1999 3:31:18 AM #
How big is this adapter going to be? Is the Palm III modem compatible with the Palm V? That just doesn't make sence.


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