SanDisk developing USB flash drive with fingerprint recognition

Posted on Saturday, Nov 12 2005 @ 15:00 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
In the first quarter of next year SanDisk will launch the Cruzer Profile USB flash drive which will feature fingerprint recognition. The stick will allow different levels of security for protecting personal data and will be available in 512MB and 1GB capacities.

The 512MB model will retail for $80 and the 1GB model for $140.

More info over at DigiTimes.


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Re: Samsung developing USB flash drive with fingerprint recognition
by Anonymous on Tuesday, Nov 15 2005 @ 18:31 CET
Your title is wrong, you mean SanDisk not Samsung



  • Reply by Anonymous on Tuesday, Nov 15 2005 @ 19:20 CET

    Thanks for reporting. I think I read an article about Samsung just before I posted this article about SanDisk and I mixed up the two names.