Dell has added a fingerprint reader option to both the new Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15, giving customer even more reason to purchase some of the best laptops currently on the market. The sensor is compatible with Windows Hello, Microsoft’s system for alternative, and faster login methods on Windows 10, that making it a useful addition to the devices. And the price is on par with the external solutions, so it is a good deal if you are looking for the feature.
The best part of the upgrade? It is relatively cheap, and costing only $25 to add to any configuration. As you would expect, this new option is fully compatible with Windows Hello, means that you can use it as for securing both your PC and compatible apps.
The new Dell XPS 15 is powered by an Intel’s quad-core Core i7-7700HQ CPU, up to 32 gigabyte of RAM, and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1050 GPU, making it a powerful mobile workstation. Previously user might be confused, however, as to whether company was jumping on the faster login method Windows Hello password-less login bandwagon, and that is now been clarified.
Various new laptop is now feature Windows Hello, that let users to securely log into their Windows 10 PCs which is a form of biometric sensor. One of the most popular options to login is face recognition, which use infrared scanners that make sure the person who is looking at the screen is already an authorized user. Other one is the time-tested fingerprint sensor, which enables a owner to swipe a finger and log in though Windows Hello.
This fingerprint reader option is exclusively available on the Dell XPS 13 and Dell XPS 15, which is very nice. Both the Dell model are available for purchase with the new fingerprint reader option today from Dell’s official website.