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Application: PDA & Phones


HP iPAQ Pocket PC h5450

In November 2002, HP released the iPAQ h5450, featuring the FingerChip AT77C101. This was the very first PDA with a built-in fingerprint sensor.

There were many reviews about this product on the Web... Here are two papers about it:

  • Biometric security with the iPAQ Pocket PC h5400 series (white paper from HP, January 2003)
  • Biometrics for Large-scale Consumer Products (well, my paper :)
  • Cogent software logon

    Software

    The Cogent bioengine performed the fingerprint recognition.

    Some other software have used the FingerChip like Utimaco SafeGuard.

    password select training
    enroll logon

    Misc.

  • (2003) The iPAQ h5450 was announced to go on the moon. Maybe the FingerChip will be the very first fingerprint sensor on the moon ;-)
  • (May 2004) Expedition 9 brought two iPAQ h5550 on the International Space Station. The FingerChip is the first fingerprint sensor to go in space! See the iPAQ with Expedition 12.
  • (2004) see the iPAQ on the big screen in "The Bourne Supremacy".
  • Biometrics technologies Authenti-Mate
  • iPAQ Fingerprint Reader (5450 / 5550)
  • FingerChip

    HP iPAQ Pocket PC h5550

    In 2003, HP released the h5550: similar to the h5450, the processor was upgraded as well as the RAM.

    The iPAQ H5550 was also the base of the Tactical Communication D-DACT device, but the fingerprint sensor seems not having been used.

    Atmel content: wireless LAN & FingerChip

    HP iPAQ Pocket PC hx2750 / hx2755

  • In November 2004, HP released the iPAQ hx2700 family featuring the FingerChip AT77C104 (Atmel) in the hx2750/hx2755 associated to the Cogent bioengine and Credant software.


  • Las Vegas

    HP iPAQ Pocket PC hx2790

  • (2005 Sep): HP released the HP iPAQ h2790 with Windows Mobile 5.0
  • Colombia Anti Terrorism Mobile Fingerprint with Photo

  • Suprema

  • Prototype from Suprema.
  • Suprema license

    FingerChip visitors