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Biometric Safety Notebooks – The FPLife Lockbook Retains Contents Securely Stowed

The FPLife Lockbook Retains Contents Securely Stowed

The FPLife Lockbook pocket book is a security-focused resolution for professionals that can allow them to maintain non-public data shielded from prying eyes. Showing as a conventional pocket book, the system options built-in biometric know-how that can stop the unit from being opened except the proprietor has scanned their fingerprint. This may preserve confidential enterprise data and notes saved inside and can stop it from being leaked if the pocket book is misplaced or stolen.

The FPLife Lockbook pocket book will present 90 days of performance in standby mode because of the built-in battery, which may be simply recharged between makes use of. The pocket book comes with 50 dominated pages of wood-free paper and two dividers to get customers began. The pocket book additionally makes an distinctive software for vacationers to maintain paperwork stowed inside for complete safety.

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