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October 2, 2004
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October 2, 2004
Biometric Hard Drive
Micro Solutions, Inc. pioneered parallel-port-attach mass storage technology. Its award-winning products are distributed worldwide at major retail outlets, through mail-order catalogs and Web sites, and through distribution. Newly released from Micro Solutions are a family of hard drives built with your security in mind.
Marketing and Advertising Manager Debbie Armstrong discusses the new LockBox biometric fingerprint access hard drives. The new drives come in 80GB, 120GB, and 200GB sizes. Each LockBox drive uses an Active Imaging Sensor that captures high-quality fingerprint patterns using low-power radio frequency electric fields, a technique that reads fingerprints below the skin's surface. This ensures authorized users can gain access even when their hands are dry, oily, calloused or worn.
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