Swipe gets the thumbs up

Trek 2000 International has launched ThumbDrive Swipe, a secure USB portable storage device with the latest biometric...

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Trek 2000 International has launched ThumbDrive Swipe, a secure USB portable storage device with the latest biometric capabilities.

The ThumbDrive Swipe requires the user to "swipe" his or her finger across the sensor for verification to access data stored in the device.

“The act of swiping the finger ensures that fingerprints can not be taken from the device and copied – it is suitable for executives who need to transport highly confidential, sensitive or valuable data,” said Rachel Lewis, ThumbDrive UK sales manager.

ThumbDrive plugs directly into the USB port of any computer and can store virtually any digital data from documents and presentations to music and photos.

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