Smart door lock manufacturer Nuki caught up at IFA and unveiled an upcoming accessory product. There will be a new keyboard equipped with a fingerprint reader.
This gives you the option to authenticate yourself with a key code or fingerprint on the lock to open the door. At the moment you have to use either the keyboard – or the partner product ekey uno (here’s our test report). Let’s see exactly how Nuki has solved this and what the fun will cost. The ekey uno is not really a feast for the eyes and also costs more than 220 euros.
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