Big Hopes for Korean Bank's New PC Credit Card

A new credit card that supports both USB and wireless should be a hit with Asian consumers, who favor devices that can plug into PCs

Shinhan Bank in late-December 2007 launched a credit card in the form of a USB stick. The Korean bank tied up with credit card company Visa International to produce the device, which also supports contactless transactions.

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