Microsoft today is taking to the wires to tout what it believes is success for its Windows Hello biometric security technology. Introduced in Windows 10, the company says that Windows Hello is now supported on almost 100 unique biometric devices including wrist-bands, USB devices, smartphone apps, and employee badges.
Today, Microsoft announced that there are nearly 100 unique biometric devices that work with Windows Hello including laptops, all-in-ones, 2-in-1s, tablets, phones and peripherals. Microsoft highlighted a few of the latest accessories but there continues to be a growing opportunity for partners to develop new and unique ways to sign into your Windows 10 device with USB hardware, a wristband, your phone and more, eliminating the struggle of remembering passwords.
To find out more about Windows Hello companion devices and partner opportunities, please visit the Windows Experience Blog.
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