If you carry a laptop or other important documents in your briefcase, you may be wondering if there's a high tech way to secure it. Keys can be stolen (and let's face it: key-locks are so last century), but it's a little harder to steal someone's fingerprints.
This biometric business case from Hammacher Schlemmer has got you covered! For a mere $1,100 (you didn't think this kind of snazzy anti-spy security was cheap, did you?), you can rest easy, knowing only your fingerprint will open your briefcase.
Here's what you get for your money:
"A scanner on top of the case reads your fingerprint, compares it to its internal database, and provides access only when it detects a perfect match, providing an unprecedented level of security when traveling with sensitive business documents or valuables. Its memory stores up to eight fingerprints, allowing associates or family with approved security clearance to access the contents. Made from high-density, flexible polycarbonate, the hard-sided business case withstands 250 lb./ft. of force and reverts to its original shape, thwarting cracks or dents and protecting what's inside"
Woohoo, be the first in your office to have a biometric briefcase. Just make sure to charge the cost to the company account.