Hate having to type in a password to sign into your PC? A feature in Windows 10 called Windows Hello lets you use biometric sensors to recognize your face or fingerprint, giving you enterprise-level security without having to remember a password.
Not all Windows 10 PCs are ready to work with Windows Hello, though, so here's a rundown of some of our favorites that do.
Since it's part of Windows 10, it only seems right to start with Microsoft's top-of-the-line two-in-one, the Surface Pro, which has an IR camera above its 12-inch, 2,736x1,824-pixel touch display for face recognition.
The software giant's newest Surface product is a pure clamshell laptop running on the streamlined Windows 10 S operating system. Its $1,000 starting price (£979 or AU$1,500 in the UK and Australia) includes an IR camera.
Dell recently updated its 13.3-inch ultraportable with eighth-gen Intel Core i-series processors that promise to deliver more than 40 percent better performance. But regardless of processor, you can get it with a fingerprint sensor.