Hammacher Schlemmer releases flash drive with voice recognition

Hammacher Schlemmer releases flash drive with voice recognition

Mobile flash drives have become a part of our lives in the past few years. Easy to use, cheap, dependable, affordable and with large capacities they are now the easiest and fastest way to transfer information from one digital device to another.

No wonder then manufacturers try to capture market share with all kinds of flash drives with fancy chassis and bright colors. But what you are about to see is the first of its kind!

Well, it turns out that the US flash drive maker Hammacher Schlemmer has come up with a really unique flash drive – that can recognize voice.

Called Only Voice Authenticating USB Drive the new Hammacher Schlemmer product activates itself with voice. In a few words the flash drive must recognize the voice of its owner – or otherwise it won’t work.

Featuring a capacity of 8 GB the flash drive gives access to the recorded files only and only after the voice recognition procedure has been completed successfully. If it’s not then you won’t be able to access the stored information.

The new product is especially suitable for people working with sensitive information such as businessmen or financial specialists and can now be ordered at Hammacher Schlemmer’s web site for 49.95 USD.

Source: Devicebox.ru

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