Eikon Mini USB Fingerprint Reader

£29.99 inc.VAT | £24.99 ex.VAT

Mini USB Fingerprint Reader. Works with WBF (Windows Biometric Framework) & Windows 10 Hello Log-in without additional drivers.

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The Eikon Mini protects from unauthorised access

Access your PC or Laptop securely with a single swipe of your finger

With the sophisticated Eikon Mini USB fingerprint reader, anyone can secure their Windows PC or laptop without the need of passwords. Effortlessly sign-in with a single swipe of your finger saving time whilst increasing security. Portable and wire free, the Eikon Mini is one of the smallest fingerprint readers, measuring at 28 x 20 x 15mm (roughly the size of a fingertip). Using USB 2.0 connection, laptop lids can be easily closed without dislodging the curved reader.

The Eikon Mini is easy to install as the Windows 10 OS takes care of everything. No third-party drivers are needed to download or install the reader and there is zero configuration needed to get the reader up and running.

Simply go to Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options. Click the new Windows Hello option available and enter the computer PIN or password to begin fingerprint registration.

With one swipe of your finger you can:

  • Sign-in to Windows using your fingerprint
  • Remove the need of passwords
  • Securely manage passwords
  • Quickly launch one or multiple websites
  • Lock and unlocks files and folders
  • Protect your PC from unauthorised access

Secure, portable and convenient

  • Does not upload your biometric data to any server
  • Data is encrypted and stored locally on the PC
  • Register on various PCs for work and home
  • Add the device to a keyring and take it with you
  • Auto fingerprint activation when plugged in
  • Auto password activation on removal

Easy to install with no software

  • Simply remove the Eikon from its packaging
  • Plug the reader into your Windows PC or laptop
  • A dialog will appear while Windows is configuring it
  • Go to Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options
  • Click the new Windows Hello option available
  • Enter the admin password to begin registration

For more information on the Eikon Mini USB fingerprint reader please contact us.

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  • Shapely Fingerprint reader with fingerprint sensor
  • Windows 10 Hello Log-in compatible (no software required)
    • Please navigate to Windows Hello, from here you can add a fingerprint reader:

      Select the Windows Start  button, then select Settings  > Accounts > Sign-in options to set up Windows Hello. Under Windows Hello, you’ll see an option for fingerprint

  • Browser Support: Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer
  • Including software for Windows and Web site registration
  • Operating System: Windows 7/8/10  8.1 – 32 bit and 64 bit
  • Software language: English, German, French, Italian, and many more
  • WBF Certification: CE / UL / VCCI / FCC / WHQL OS: From Windows 7 Sensor: AuthenTec
  • AES 2660 (swipe) Size: 28 x 20 x 15 mm Scan size: 9.75mm x .4mm
  • Weight: 16 grams
  • Other features include: Up to 30cm / sec Resolution: 500 dpi Grayscale Depth: 8 bits (256 levels)
  • Encryption: 128-bit AES durability

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