If you want to use the Windows Hello facial recognition features to sign into your Windows 10 PC, Intel has you covered. The chip company has a website with a list of Windows laptops and all-in-one PCs that have its RealSense 3D camera installed, which is already compatible with Windows Hello.
The list of laptops includes three models from Asus, two from Lenovo and one each from Acer, Dell, and HP. There are also three all-in-ones on the list, including one from Lenovo and one from Dell. It also lists the innovative HP Sprout Finally, there are a number of laptops and PCs with the RealSense camera listed that are only available in Japan.
The full list includes:
Intel is also selling a stand-alone RealSense camera for $99.99 that is meant primarily for developers, but could be used by any Windows 10 PC. You can check out a demo of how Windows Hello works with that RealSense camera over at WinSuperSite. which include automatic logins to Windows 10 and more. Of course, more PCs will be released later this fall that will include cameras that will support Windows Hello.