One of the new features of 10 windows that Microsoft's marketing people boast of is the "Windows Hello, Technology Which purports to eliminate written passwords completely for more secure access to the system and personal files with biometric identification - fingerprint, retina or facial recognition.
While fingerprints will continue to work as they did in previous versions of Windows (on devices that have compatible scanners), face-recognition security is a new technology for Windows 10 that should provide faster, more convenient and reliable access to a standard password. While we've seen the basics of Android a few years ago, we've come to know that it's a pretty easy-to-work gimmick - Microsoft is a different level that uses the dual-depth home-sensing camera Intel, God-RealSense, In order to perform qualitative identification in all environmental conditions.
Now, Microsoft releases a list of 10 computers with RealSense cameras that are either sold in stores or soon to be sold and will come with face recognition support based on Windows Hello. Some models can also be found in Israel.
- Dell Inspiron 15 5548
- Acer Aspire V 17 Nitro
- Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 15
- Lenovo ThinkPad E550
- Asus N551JQ
- Asus ROG G771JM
- Asus X751LD
- HP Envy 15t Touch RealSense
- Lenovo B5030
- Dell Inspiron 23 7000
magnificent? Unnecessary? Soon we will have all the answers.
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- Windows Hello