A wallet that knows who you are. I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. Biometric sensors are being used on more and more smartphones these days…including the latest iPhone. But that wallet in your pocket doesn’t offer much in the way of security. That’s where the iWallet comes in. Director of Engineering Robert Mos…
“So we’ve got two major features on this wallet. The first one is the biometric sensor that you can lock it and just with the swipe of your finger, you can open it. And then the second feature is a Bluetooth leash on it. You’ve got a quick tap of the button inside and you can link it with your smartphone. It works with any smartphone. And then it has a leash. With a separation of more than ten feet, the alarms will go off on both your wallet and on the iPhone. “
It’s cool and sturdy, but you will have to empty your wallet to buy one. Pricing for the iWallet starts at about four hundred dollars. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.