The new Windows Hello biometric identification feature in Windows 10 offers more secure and convenient sign-in experience to consumers and ensure that they remain protected from threats.
Windows Hello biometric sign-in system allows users to sign into a Windows 10 machine using just their face, iris, or fingerprint, instead of the old school password. We recently shared a video from WinSupersite demonstrating the Windows Hello facial recognition feature on Windows 10 using Intel’s RealSense 3D camera (Check it below).
Well, Intel has published a website with a list of all the Windows laptops and all-in-one PCs that have its RealSense 3D camera installed, supporting Windows Hello facial recognition. The list include various machines, ranging from laptop and two-in-ones to all-in-ones – from Asus, Lenovo, Acer, Dell, and HP. Checkout the list below:
- Dell Inspiron 15 5548
- Acer Aspire V 17 Nitro
- Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 15
- Lenovo ThinkPad E550
- Asus N551JQ
- Asus ROG G771JM
- Asus X751LD
- HP Envy 15t Touch RealSense Laptop
- Lenovo B5030
- Dell Inspiron 23 7000
- HP Sprout
Intel is also selling its external RealSense camera for $99.99 that is meant primarily for developers, but can also be used by consumers who want to try out the feature on any Windows 10 PC