Kensington VeriMark Fingerprint Key Wins North American Office Products Awards

Kensington®, announced today that its Kensington VeriMark™ Fingerprint Key received Product Innovation of the Year award from the North American Office Products Awards (NAOPA) 2017. Award winners were recently named at the SP Richards ABC event in Orlando, Florida.

The awards were launched in 2010 by Office Products International (OPI) in association with SP Richards (SPR) Company. Now in its eighth year, the award program sets the industry standard and aims to find the best business products in North America. The products were judged by a panel of leading resellers whose evaluation was based on:

?EU? Product innovation, design and functionality
?EU? How the product has improved upon previous designs/models
?EU? The benefits for the reseller and the consumer
?EU? The level of marketing support, innovation and initiatives in promoting the products to the end-user

The first of its kind anywhere in the world, the Kensington VeriMark Fingerprint Key combines superior biometric performance and 360-degree readability with anti-spoofing technology and fingerprint activated collaboration capabilities. Designed to meet Windows Hello security requirements, the key allows users without a fingerprint sensor in their computers to enjoy the benefits of faster, more secure login that Windows Hello affords. And, businesses whose employee computers do not have biometric authentication capabilities, can easily deploy the fingerprint key without having to replace an entire fleet of laptops. The VeriMark Fingerprint Key is optimized for Windows Hello, Windows 10 and is compatible with Windows 7/8.1.

?EU?We are truly pleased that the VeriMark Fingerprint Key has received this distinction from the North American Office Products Awards,?EU? said Ada Yang, Senior Global Product Manager, Kensington. ?EU?Being recognized as the Product Innovation of the Year is especially satisfying, since innovation, quality and trust have made Kensington the standard in device security for more than 25 years. In light of the…
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