Eyelock reveals first laptop using its iris scanner tech
07 January 2015 10:45 GMT

EyeLock also manufactures a USB device called myris which was last year named as a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree.

New York-based iris authentication firm Eyelock has unveiled a pre-production laptop with EyeLock ID technology at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Created in partnership with leading global original design manufacturer Wistron NeWeb Corporation the laptop integrates EyeLock's iris scanning tech adjacent to a webcam.

Planet Biometrics reported in November that EyeLock had announced an agreement with Taiwan’s WNC to embed EyeLock's patented iris authentication technology across PCs, set-top boxes, network devices and automotive applications.

"EyeLock and WNC will make iris identity authentication technology accessible to people around the world on the devices they use everyday," said Anthony Antolino, Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer, EyeLock.

EyeLock also manufactures a USB device called myris which was last year named as a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree.

In September, New York-based EyeLock also announced that it will be partnering with password management software provider Sticky Password to create a new combined authentication solution using the myris. 

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