A US start-up has invented a new fingerprint-reading doorlock using a fund of more than $30,000.
The BrillLock smart lock has a simple design and few components which makes it very easy to install unlike the other smart locks currently available in the market.
According to the TechHive website, the new unit is powered by a lithium-ion battery, which is recharged via a customized port on the handle.
The company claims the batteries will last for 3,000 entries between charges.
The unit's system can store up to 10 total fingerprints, with two admin fingerprints responsible of making settings adjustments.
The new smart lock is currently available in stores for $75.
The nation press