The Display Card adds special authentication and smart features to your standard credit card, including an LCD display and keypad.
You will need to authenticate usage of the card with a one-time password. Many banks and other services such as PayPal, offer separate authentication devices, which can get burdensome if you have to carry around multiple tokens just to be able to login, or make changes to your account.
Outside of the password, the Display Card has room for updates into the future, says the company. The card may be able to show you available credit balance, reward points, or even recent transactions at some point.
For the time being, the Display Card will only be available via certain banks in Europe and in Singapore.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 8 Nov 2012 15:03