Microsoft works with Token to use a biometric ring to sign-in to Windows 10.
The Token ring will use Microsoft’s “Windows Hello” technology to be able to identify the Windows 10 device user without the need to type passwords.
It is estimated that Token’s ring technology allows automatic entry to Windows 10, and there is more security, since each user wears the “key” that allows the use of a Windows 10 computer.
Inside the Token Ring there is a fingerprint reader, which is activated with a simple “tap” by the user. The owner is automatically identified by Windows 10, and if he wants to, he can deactivate the ring and log in using passwords.
It is estimated that this technology can be used in other applications, such as making payments, or entering a vehicle.
The scheduled launch of these smart rings for Windows will take place in December 2017 in the US, and in 2018 it will be available in other parts of the world at prices around 250 euros.
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