|By Business Wire||
|February 23, 2014 11:00 AM EST||
Egis Technology Inc. (EgisTec), a leading fingerprint sensor technology provider, is proud to launch their newest fingerprint touch sensor (ET300) and swipe sensor (ES608) at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Spain from February 24th to the 27th.
The ET300 is the smallest and highest performance fingerprint touch sensor module available in the world and is the ideal choice for usage in mobile consumer electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets. ET300 can effortlessly scrutinize the fingerprint to authenticate and verify the identity of the user with the absolute highest degree of confidence. Furthermore, it’s able to read various fingerprint conditions such as wet and dry fingerprints. The combination of these factors yields a state of the art fingerprint authentication and verification system capable of delivering maximum performance - all rolled up into a tiny module operating at the lowest power consumption in the industry.
ES608 is a new low-cost swipe fingerprint sensor designed for portable devices and PC notebooks. EgisTec’s image auto-calibration technology can self-calibrate and optimize each output signal for different skin conditions.
Yukey-eFIDO 3.0/U603 is an USB-interfaced fingerprint-sensing device, developed by EgisTec that passes the FIDO Ready™ certification, exemplifying how FIDO would solve the problems that users face with creating and maintaining tedious usernames and passwords accessing to online resources.
EgisTec can be found at Booth 1D42 in Hall 1 at the Fira de Barcelona - Gran Via venue.
About Egis Technology Inc.
Headquartered in Taiwan, Egis Technology Inc. (EgisTec) is a leading provider of fingerprint biometrics and specializes in providing turnkey solutions with superior sensor performance and software functionality. EgisTec aims to ultimately be the fingerprint security brand with the largest user base in the world.
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