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Finger Print recognition device for Delphi

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I want my application sign in via a Finger Print Device which can be programmed in Delphi. Any expert know what device best for it ? Please give me the links of the product thank you
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http://www.bergdata.com/en/products/sdk.php

All you need to do is go to Google and enter the search query "+fingerprint +delphi". ;-)
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Well I mean if any of experts here have experience with which one of this device and can give me advice which is the best, because one of my friend already buy one and it really bad, because often it doesn't recognize the fingerprint properly and forced still use manual login.

That is why I need advice which is the best one on recognizing fingerprint, the compact one and can be easily integrated in my Delphi database system login.

Thank You
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there silicon makes offering stripe sensors (Atmel) and full images senors from Authentec, Veridicom, Infineon and ST Microelectionics. Full Images sensors have a  larger pixel matrix, leading to a better image resolution.
I would recommend a full images sensor.
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Ok as I told before I want advice from any experts who already use the product and can recommend any of it with exact brand and type and working with Delphi programming. But since all the advice is ambiguous I don't think thats more usefull than I'm searching on google anyway.

Sorry so I vote for deleting this question if no experts can answer what I'm looking for exactly.

Thank You
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by:BdLm
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one final remark

pls. take a look at http://www.veridicom.com/siliconfingerprint.html; It'a a good full image sensor; To integrate it into your application you have to use the sdk from this company. Using any dll from delphi its no problem in general. But from this  company you will get a naked chip, you have to develop a pcb, interface cables etc. all by your own.

Might it be a better choice to use a keyboard with fingerprint integration ?  
eg.  http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/mouseandkeyboard/features/fingerprint.mspx
This is just out of many simillar products
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