Lenovo targets people who don’t like passwords … or germs



June 30th, 2008

New from Lenovo, the IdeaCentre K210 desktop.

Among the new technologies the IdeaCentre K210 utilizes is VeriFace3 facial recognition technology that allows the user to log in by having the camera recognize his/her facial image. The K210 is the only desktop PC to offer this distinctive feature. Additionally, The K210 features an anti-microbial keyboard that uses special material to inhibit bacterial growth. This is especially helpful for families that have numerous people using the same keyboard and are concerned with keyboard germs.

For some reason, when I first read that paragraph I saw in my mind some kind of facial recognition system that demand I smash my face onto the keyboard or something.

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