uQontrol is set to unveil its chip and PIN device, known as Qkey, at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Qkey will enable consumers to shop without typing in URLs, entering passwords, filling out forms or entering credit card numbers.
Qkey "smart login" enables users to store favorite websites, shipping information, and other sensitive data, while Qkey "smart wallet" allows users to carry and store their payment cards and other sensitive information securely in their pocket — off the PC, off the browser, and out of the cloud.
uQontrol CEO Christopher Maus said: "Virtual security has proven that without physical involvement by the consumer we just cannot be protected the way we need or deserve. uQontrol sees a world without passwords and a world where online payments look more like in-store payments."
Currently, Qkey in Beta testing and will be made available to the public in the second quarter of 2016.