Fujitsu uses veins in palm laptop user authentication




Fujitsu uses veins in palm laptop user authentication

Fujitsu has released a new mobile workstation that can be equipped with a sensor that detects the pattern of veins in the palm. Thus, a user can be authenticated without having to physically the palm rest to the laptop.

Fujitsu calls its technology PalmSecure . Freestanding Accessories with ‘palm-vein recognition “are available since 2004 but the Celsius H730 is the first laptop equipped with the optional authentication technology. The sensor will observe the location of the fingerprint sensor. The sensor works by using it to keep up, and the algorithms of Palm Secure the pattern of veins would recognize within one second. In 0.00008 percent of cases wrongly access would be given, and in 0.01 percent of cases unfairly denied access, Fujitsu claims.

There must be blood flowing through the veins for correct operation, which bypassing difficult. The sensor measures 25x25mm and is 6mm thick, with a weight of 4 grams. In addition to laptops tablets also can be equipped with the authentication chip.

The Celsius H730 with up to an Intel Core i7-4900MQ, Nvidia Quadro K2100M delivered, but a standard Core i5-4300m and Quadro K510M present. Furthermore, up to 32GB of memory and adding a hybrid drive can be optionally added. The workstation measures 24.8 mm at its thinnest point. The laptop comes in December in the European market, for 1600 euros.

Fujitsu Celsius H730



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