Japanese manufacturer MouseComputer introduced some handy Windows Hello-enabled accessories at Computex this year. An infrared USB camera is ready to tackle facial recognition, while a super-compact fingerprint reader can enable PCs without one.
There's no word on pricing or release date yet, but these are still great peripherals for anyone with older hardware that wasn't built with Windows Hello in mind.
Would you guys pick up either of these to make better use of the login system? Let us know in the comments!
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