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Mastercard Rolls Out Credit Card with Display and Keypad

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Hopefully not a repost, but interesting nonetheless

 

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-57546761-1/mastercard-rolls-out-credit-card-with-display-and-key... 

 

 

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Re: Mastercard Rolls Out Credit Card with Display and Keypad

just read the article on my Pulse. looks interesting, yet a bit tacky at the same time. i guess the jury's out on this one...


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Re: Mastercard Rolls Out Credit Card with Display and Keypad

Wow I like that. They can send me one

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Too bad they are wholsale banking only in the US.  Yes, i was looking to see if they issued anything in the US, I really want that card.  I don't have any cards for aesthetic reasons only but that one *could* be functional as well as pretty!

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Re: Mastercard Rolls Out Credit Card with Display and Keypad

I think it will be awhile before the us moves to a card like that-if they even do at all. Kind of like how slow the transition to emv chips has been here 

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Re: Mastercard Rolls Out Credit Card with Display and Keypad

We are not on mainstream EMV yet.

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Re: Mastercard Rolls Out Credit Card with Display and Keypad

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We are not on mainstream EMV yet.


Right thats what I mean. Over in europe emv is the standard (and has been for awhile afaik), but in the us only a small percentage of credit cards have emv. So while europe may be beginning to move to these display type of credit cards from the article, I would venture that the us will be much slower to respond. I'm thinking it will be years, maybe even a decade or so, until we see anything like this in the us

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I don't like the card. Just don't see me using it. Ill take a chipped card though.


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I don't see it happening widescale for quite some time.

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Re: Mastercard Rolls Out Credit Card with Display and Keypad

I don't like the balance or available credit being displayed to the cashier. Doesn't seem safe

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