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Which smart card reader/writer and finger print reader is good ?

I suppose GemPlus smartcard reader/writer is good, right !

Andrew
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I would have to recommend contacting either Julia Corperation or ERG. They are worl leaders in smartcard tech

http://www.juliamines.com.au/
http://www.erggroup.com 

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Thank you very much !

Anyway, is SmartCard read from GemPlus is also good ?

And any suggestion producer for finger print reader ?

Andrew
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Looks as good as any other...

Try these
http://www.acisecurity.com/products_keylessentry.htm
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I think I will go through their product !

Thank you very much !

Andrew
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