Biometric ring Token will come with Windows Hello support

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Token is a biometric ring that will help eliminate the pin numbers and passwords. It aims to be the one place where all of your digital keys live—credit cards, house keys, website credentials, transit cards, car keys, your access badge, etc. The team behind Token partnered with companies like Microsoft, Mastercard, HID, and Visa to enable many scenarios where consumers can use Token ring. Microsoft’s partnership with Token is to bring Windows Hello support. With this feature, you will be able to use Token to authorize all the applications which takes advantage of Windows Hello.

Why Token is safe?

  • Your credentials are stored on an EAL5+ certified secure element to keep them safe.
  • Scan your fingerprint when you put Token on to activate it and unlock your credentials.
  • Token locks your credentials as soon as you take it off, so you don’t have to worry about losing it.
  • You don’t need an account to use Token and we never send your credentials to our servers.

“We’re thrilled to work with Token to make the Windows Hello experience even better. With its wearable design, Token logs you into Windows 10 seamlessly in a way that feels natural and familiar,” said Chris Hallum from Microsoft Windows team.

Where you can use Token ring?

  • Pay with Token at over 15 million places by adding your MasterCard or Visa.
  • Token works seamlessly and reliably with Token DoorLock.
  • Token unlocks your car and activates the ‘Start’ button.
  • We’re working with hundreds of other companies to bring an end to passwords.
  • Tap and go at over 50 transit systems worldwide, with another 30 going live in 2018.
  • Token is HID SEOS ready so it can replace your access card at the office.

Token ring costs $249, you can find more details about it here.

More about the topics: microsoft, windows 10, windows hello

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