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bioMETRX, Inc. Introduces New Products
Date:5/6/2008

smartTOUCH brand now includes hi-tech gun and storage chest

JERICHO, N.Y., May 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- bioMETRX, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BMRX), today announced that it has added two new products to its smartTOUCH product line, the bioVAULT and bioBOX, which are immediately available at retailers and online specialty sites.

"We are excited to offer these two new products as we grow our smartTOUCH product line of consumer based finger activated products. We have implemented a comprehensive integration and sales plan for these two established products which have been acquired as part of our deal to acquire the assets of the former Sequiam company. We have secured inventory necessary to fulfill outstanding orders, as well as to place these products into our existing channels through our partners," stated Lorraine Yarde, COO at bioMETRX.

The smartTOUCH bioVAULT is a rugged, heavy duty safe approved and licensed by the NRA that has successfully passed United States Test Laboratory (USTL) test(s) as required by California Penal Code Sections 12088 and Regulation Section 977.45, Chapter 12.6, Division 1, Title 11, of the California Code of Regulations. The VAULT requires its owner to first scan a finger before the VAULT can be opened. The smartTOUCH bioBOX is a smaller, portable version of the bioVAULT that is perfect to use as a cash box, or a personal effects security device. Both products are available through the Sharper Image, as well as the company's website at http://www.smarttouchstore.com

As the global leader in consumer biometric product engineering, development and sales, smartTOUCH technology has proven to be the most dependable and robust consumer biometric platform available today. The smartTOUCH product line is now being expanded to door locks, cabinet locks, mailboxes and luggage.

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