Fingerprint Scanner, Capacitive Fingerprint Module, Capacitive Fingerprint Identification Module, for Safety Box Access Control Assistance
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It is working well on my Lenovo Ultrabook and it's running the latest Windows 10. So far it has been accurate and very fast. I am pleased with it. I searched Google for a tutorial about the Eikon mini USB fingerprint reader. It is listed on Windowscentral.com, so I did not post the link here. To install, I inserted the reader into a USB port. Go to settings accounts sign in options under Windows Hello. The Windows fingerprint settings are located in the program. I installed a LastPass extension, updated it, and turned on the fingerprint option on the Chrome web browser. It worked flawlessly and quickly. If this fingerprint reader is suitable for your needs I would highly recommend it.
I installed it painlessly on my Windows 10 PC and tablet. I wiped my finger several times and my profile was created. I can free the reader from one device and hook it into the other without having to go through the fingerprint profile creation process again. A light swipe will solve the problem. I agree, it takes a small amount more effort than the readers, which do not require swiping, but it is about half the price of those who are complaining.
I was a little confused by the initial setup, as it seemed to not properly recognize my finger(s), but once I lightly swiped it, it just worked. I am using this on Windows 10 Pro, on a Thinkpad X230. It is very wonderful to use Windows Hello at reboot time, or with the screensaver lock. I have LastPass as well and it integrates well. I have an account with admin rights, and I only use my machine for limited time. The device will not allow you to use the same finger for both accounts. I will use my index finger for my standard account and my 2nd finger for my admin account. I am a little nervous about how it protrudes from the side of my laptop, so I will need to be careful.
I did have to write a note about the gentleman because I do not usually write reviews on Amazon. It was an excellent experience from the very first day when I plugged it in, went to Windows Hello, and swiped through my fingers to set it up. There is no manual installation or software to deal with. It logs me in instantly, and I've never had it missread my fingerprint. The design is ergonomically pleasing because it is plugged into the side of my Das Keyboard. I wish it was cleaner. But for the price of lunch, you can add extremely fast, secure fingerprint logins to your computer.
DFROBOT Capacitive Fingerprint Scanner/Sensor
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Eventually it works and drivers are installed. I do not invest my money in stocks for myself. Other thoughts are why this is not standard on all laptops and why I can buy a cheap Chinese brand laptop at Walmart with one built in.
It works flawlessly in Windows ten and eleven. The right driver is difficult to locate. Once you have the correct driver installed, this device will work flawlessly. It is no longer necessary to be encrypted with passwords or pins in order to access the system.
It enabled you to make your older desktop or laptop have the security of locking your computer and even better unlocking it easily without remembering another password. This product has great value for money and works just as expected.
Instead of passwords, I can simply scan my finger. It is relatively easy to download Chinese software, and it runs smoothly after you update.
Nannday USB Fingerprint Reader, Scanner Sensor Fingerprint Collection for Computer PC Home Office
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I was not aware of the high cleaning costs associated with polycarbonate lenses. There was constantly an oily film on the lenses. Everything I did to try and clean them resulted in only smearing the oil around. I attempted to search for a solution using Google. It indicated that it would require dishwashing liquid, a rinse and a clean towel. I had a few feet of distance to go before accidentally destroying my glasses so I would have to buy a new pair. I saw the cloths mentioned on a website, and despite my doubts, decided to try them. They removed the film from my lenses on the first attempt. I will never use any more than this. My suggestion would be to have six in a pack. One at my desk, one in my bedroom, one in my purse, one in the car.
Here is a microscope image of the weaving. I could not want a better cloth. This is effective.
I am not usually a person to write reviews very quickly after receiving a gift, but I did comment on these cloths. I disapprove of microfiber cloths. They are supposedly great for cleaning your glasses and screens, but every microfiber cloth I have ever used has left unbearable streak marks on every surface, whether used alone or with a cleaning product. They were beautiful and I had to spend a lot of money on clothes. I wasn't sure what I would like. I highly recommend that I buy it again. I am glad that there are so many options. That means that I can keep one on my person at all times. I highly recommend it.
My son bought a expensive DLSR camera and I asked him if he needed anything to go with it. He had everything major. However, he did need some lens cleaning cloths. I asked him to pick them up and I would purchase them for him. He went through some tacks of searching and concluded that they were correct. He likes the gray one because it helps with photography, getting the right white balance, and cleaning his lenses. It is good for anything that requires a soft microfiber cloth. He gave me two black ones. I use them on my phone, television, glasses, and other things. No lint or streaking. My son says the gray cloth does exactly what he wants it to. He is very satisfied with the black one, his lenses, and other items that he owns. I did not realize there were differences between the two types of microfiber cloth, but apparently there are. These products are great. They leave nothing but a clean surface. They are well priced for six individually encased cloths. They come in little plastic envelopes so that you can carry one in your purse, backpack, camera case or even pocket.
SecuGen Hamster Pro HUPx Compact Optical Fingerprint Scanner
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I have worked with and tested fingerprint sensors for about twenty years. The Benss sensor is certainly the smallest we have tested. There are two Benss sensors in the picture. We recently integrated our bioLock biometric control center for SAP ERP with Windows Hello. We are identifying easy to use and easy to install fingerprint devices that work with Windows Hello. A recommendation is clearly worth it from a user perspective. Some laptops it was difficult to install and required downloading the drivers from the provider's website as indicated on the packaging. Other laptops like the Lenovo and Dell were plug and play. However, they required a restart following the installation in order for the sensor to be recognized. We tested the device using a Microsoft Surface which has built in face recognition. Face recognition and fingerprint were conflicting so we had to disable them in order for them to function. A normal customer will buy this device for a laptop without biometrics installed and will be very happy to see how quickly the sensor logs onto Windows. It is possible to create multiple Windows profile for the family so that they each can enroll their finger in to their profile. We like that the user has the option to place a finger on their finger and see if it can identify the user. This is great for fast user switching if multiple users share a PC at work for smaller tasks such as warehouse / health care etc. Great product, but keep it in the laptop at all times or you will be searching for it quite a bit.
I use this with my custom made computer and it works flawlessly. It's easier to unlock and much more convenient than having to input a password constantly. I'm interested in purchasing a second one for my laptop. I highly recommend it. The only issue was trying to install the drivers. The code is on a small piece of paper. It's not very understandable. You can print the web address on the piece of paper, then use the app on my phone to access the website address. I thought that was absurd. Either way, it's still an awesome little device.
For those interested, in-the-hood this Benss USB Fingerprint Reader is a ELAN Microelectronics Corporation, Elan SmartID Fingerprintreader - HWID = USB, VID_04F3&PID_0C28.With that said, I have a stand up workstation at work. I have a policy of locking my desktop after one minute of inactivity and that it locks when I step away frequently. It is near my keyboard and allows me to unlock my desktop with a simple finger swipe. I have been spending around 65 on it, which has worked for me for the last three years. Now, I have adopted a second workstation at another site and wanted to replicate my original setup, but I did not wish to spend that much on a second reader. I purchased a Benss USB fingerprint reader and paired it with a StarTech USB port that rests next to my keyboard. I could not be more pleased with the results. This one from Benss is actually a bit more sensitive. It only requires a tap of my finger at pretty much any angle. There is nothing more to say, but this fingerprint reader is simple to setup, very fast, and cost effective. It works well on a laptop, and when paired with the correct USB hub or desktop USB port cable, it works great with a desktop as well.
The fingerprint reader performs exactly as advertised. The packaging is nice and the product itself looks good. I have no issues with the build or finish of the reader. If you are having trouble with Windows Hello Setup crashing immediately as soon as you attempt to set up your fingerprint, check your group policy and re-enable UAC. It has been found that a bug prevents the setup from running if you disable the Unified Access Control feature.
VIISAN A2 Large Format Overhead Book & Document Scanner, 23MP High Resolution, Auto-Flatten & Fingerprint Removal Technologies, Adjustable Height (A2/A3),Multi-Language OCR, PC and Mac Compatible
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It said that it had trouble recognizing fingerprints when I first saw it with a hamster. The occurred twice, but the third time it said it was done, so I tried it five times, each time it opened the computer immediately with no repeat attempts. I tried another brand and it was not registerable for me no matter how many times I tried it. The reviews were negative, so I was apprehensive. Since I always check the web site for the latest drivers they did not bother me. I believe that the name of a website should be written on a piece of paper, but it is only a small issue for me to take the large print off. With any of these devices, you have to be patient when scanning your first print. If it is successful it will give you many more successes later. So far, this is a 5-star recommendation.
It all works great. I have not encountered any fingerprint recognition issues in either Windows 7 or 10. I have been using it for more than a month now, and I just upgraded to Windows 10.
I find the product to be of high quality. However, even with the help of the manufacturer's engineers, I was never able to get it to work properly with Windows 10. I am very tech savvy.
ASHATA USB Fingerprint Reader,USB Fingerprint Sensor Optical Fingerprint Scanner, Mini Biometric Fingerprint Reader for Desktop PC Security,Mobile PCs,Custom Applications,Home Office Use.
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Sign in much faster. It takes up to ten finger prints. I was a little skeptical before the purchase but now I am glad I made it. It is a perfect addition to my tech equipment. Maybe I should place another computer in my bedroom.
The fingerprint reader is very fast and detects anywhere. Also, it is easy to install and setup.
It works great on Windows 10. You should set up your fingerprints, even if you have already set up another one.
2021 Gateway 15.6" FHD Ultra Slim Laptop, Intel Core i5-1035G1, 16GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, Tuned by THX Audio, Webcam, HDMI, Fingerprint Scanner, Cortana, Google Classroom Compatible, Windows 10, Green
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The answer is that it works exactly as intended. When you are in the mood to do that, you must simply tap your finger onto it. This, together with the overall build quality, accounts for the disparity in cost between this model and many other models. It is made from solid metal and it is a nice refreshing change from other items now. Additionally, it reads very fast since I am using Windows 10 Hello. I did not install any drivers or anything like that. First, open Cortana and search for the term BioMetric Devices. Navigate to the fingerprint setup window.
It may be costly, but in this case, you are getting what you pay for. I have used the iDOOT Lockey mini fingerprint reader for over a year but find it very frustrating to use, frequent misses and constantly having to be retrained. It is most likely that the small sensor caused the problem, however, given the price of $25, what should you expect? Zvetco Verify is a totally different story. All I had to do was plug it in, and Windows 10 Pro recognized it automatically, providing the driver. Installation was not required. Once I train it, it has been a smooth sailing, almost. A conflict with RoboForm's update caused a bug. However, that was corrected by RoboForm in a subsequent update, even though they claimed it was the reader's driver which caused the problem. The Zvetco email support was very prompt and friendly. Unfortunately, was not able to provide a solution. The problem was resolved, and the reader was used very well. It takes longer than the IDO to recognize my fingerprint. Maybe one second in RoboForm, and two seconds signing into Windows. However, it has more data points to analyze. I have an extra wire on my desk. The reader is very sturdy and attractive. I'm extremely satisfied with it and recommend it highly. RoboForm is an excellent password manager that I have been using for many years.
I have been using this product on my Windows 10 desktop for several months now, and it works great. We do not have any issues whatsoever. It recognizes the fingerprint fairly quickly, but not quite as quickly as, say, the iPhone 8. This is easier than typing in pins or passwords each time. It is also excellent for other computers, as they do not have to remember their PINs or passwords either. Set them up with their own profile and fingerprints and you are good to go.
This thing works with Windows 10. After plugging it in, I was able to configure Hello to use it as a fingerprint reader. After I reached the Windows login screen, I placed my finger on the reader. Within five seconds, I was recognized by Windows and logged in. It has worked without a hitch since then.
TEC Type-C Fingerprint Reader for Windows 10 Hello, TEC TE-FPA-C Bio-Metric Fingerprint Scanner PC Dongle for Password-Free and File Encryption, 360Ã‚Â° Touch Speedy Matching Security Key
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The installer was installed for an 83 year old man that keeps forgetting his password. The now he is able to access the app with one finger.
Do not waste your money on this.
SecuGen Hamster Plus Fingerprint Scanner
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I bought one of these at work to make an ID card pin reset station. When I connected it to the computer, Windows detected it and loaded the driver with no problems. It can scan fingerprints in good time depending on the accuracy of the user's placement of their finger. The device has a heavy feel and a nice finish. It separates from the dock station for some reason but not a big deal.
It works better than advertised, but there is no software provided with it.
It is a very good product. The song has been around for a while and is still doing well.
SecurityGen features an easy to integrate API, if you are looking for one.