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USB drives are really starting to kick it in gear with new features. We’ve seen ‘em with fingerprint scanners before, so the F1 from TwinMOS isn’t anything earth-shattering, but still worth a look. The scanner not only keeps your data safe, but can be used to […]

Twin_mos_usb_f1USB drives are really starting to kick it in gear with new features. We’ve seen ‘em with fingerprint scanners before, so the F1 from TwinMOS isn’t anything earth-shattering, but still worth a look. The scanner not only keeps your data safe, but can be used to login to Windows and unlock your screen saver as well. Additionally, the F1 can store your passwords, URLs and cookies in a password bank application that can only be accessed by a successful swipe o’ the finger.

The standard range of capacity is available: 128, 256 and 512 MB as well as 1, 2 and even 4 GB for those that want to carry their entire digital world in a pocket. The F1 supports USB 2.0 so you can take advantage of 480 Mbps transfer rates. No word on price or availability in the company’s press release. Is anyone using these fingerprint scanner USB drives? How are they working for you?

-kct

  1. I have Twinmos F1 4GB finger print scanner. penDrive was divided into part 2Gb public area and 2GB personal area.

    I formated the pen derive into single partition format with A-DATA-1166682519_USB_Flash_Disk_Utility_USBest.

    A-Data: format finished. pls unplug the device.

    after that windows recognize the pendrive but not see the pendrive. if I double click the penderive windows says “no device found”

    can you please help me with it?

    thank you.

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