With hard case construction, incorporated biometric reader and Bluetooth Proximity sensor, iWallet is designed primarily to prevent identity theft.
Online PR News – 03-December-2009 – – San Diego, CA – December 3, 2009 – Developed by engineers that work in projects with NASA, iWallet has been introduced by Iwallet Corp as an alternative over conventional nylon or leather wallets that do not render any special features in terms of safety.
iWallet is wrapped with an array of innovative features, prominent being biometric fingerprint scanner due to which you could open or access your iWallet only if it identifies your fingerprint. In other words, once your finger print is associated with this wallet, only you could access this wallet via just swiping your fingertip across the biometric sensor. This in turn serves as a portable safe to carry your cash as well as personal information such as cash, credit card, debit cards, social security card, and driver’s license.
Another remarkable feature of iWallet is that it also helps to protect your cell phone from being stolen or getting lost, as it could be paired with selected PDA cellular phones. As a result, if your iWallet is separated from your cell phone by a distance of 15-30 feet, it alerts you by producing an audible alarm sound.
Further, due to its hard case construction with tamperproof and water proof properties, iWallet does not get damage and hence last for longer time. iWallet is primarily available in two models such as 100% carbon fiber models and carbon fiber / kevlar models - the price of which are $599.95. But, fiber glass iWallet models integrated with all these safety features can be owned for $299.
More information on this product is available at www.iwalletusa.com.