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The software is very intuitive and allows you to customize the buttons with a variety of commands, including back and forward on the Internet these work with browsers other than IE.
Visit manufacturer site for details. Buy now for Holiday Savings! For most part the mouse is comfortable, although we didn’t like the rubber coated scroll wheel which takes is slower than most others we’ve used. The mini version of the MX Master, Logitech’s flagship wireless mouse, is almost as feature-rich Sign up to gain fingerrprint access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more.
Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer with Fingerprint Reader Eeader two-tone gray optical mouse in the Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer with Fingerprint Reader set is incredibly comfortable and features Microsoft’s tilt-wheel technology, which lets you scroll horizontally as well as vertically. The Fingerprint Reader is a convenient product that is well priced, but its lack of browser support is a significant disappointment.
For right-handers, the mouse is ergonomic and supremely comfortable. It does work with most other programs though – we used the Reader to protect log-ins for Lotus Notes and MSN Messenger, reaver to name a few.
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We found it slightly distracting whenever it was in our eyeshot. Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s mcirosoft Another minor annoyance is the ever-present light on the fingerprint reader. After 10 or so attempts at logging in to different sites, we gave up. The Bottom Line The stylish and comfortable set is easy to use and operates smoothly, finherprint the only browser it supports is Internet Explorer.
Two thumb buttons are in an ideal spot; they’re comfortable to click, but intlelimouse not so “convenient” that you’ll hit them by accident. Microsoft recommends registering two fingerprints, and you can choose which fingers. We entered a username and a password and, after clicking OK, we were prompted to touch the fingerprint sensor again and–wow–access to Hotmail.
The Fingerprint Reader requires you to install the provided software and drivers and once this is completed it is very easy to set-up. On the back of the Reader is a green LED, which signifies that the device is connected to your PC and working correctly. Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected.
Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We first tried this using Internet Explorer on Hotmail. The thumb buttons were largely ergonomic and convenient and if you install the software included in the package, they can be customised to work with a number of functions. Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. At the Hotmail login page, we touched the fingerprint sensor, and a window popped up.
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As for the mouse half of this duo, it is flawless. Microsoft suggests that the Reader should not be used to protect highly sensitive information and is for convenience, rather than high-level security. The Fingerprint Reader allows users to scan their fingerprint in the reader instead of typing in a password to access password-protected applications.
Bottom Line The Fingerprint Reader is a convenient product that is well priced, but its lack of browser support is a significant disappointment.
We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. Unfortunately, the Fingerprint Reader does not work with any browser other than Internet Explorer, which is a major drawback for those who prefer the popular Mozilla Firefox.
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