Google has officially introduced its new Titan Security Key, which supports login with the Passkey feature that Google is promoting. The new Titan Security Key comes in both USB-A and USB-C versions, replacing the current U2F key that is currently on sale. Both versions of the key support connection with portable devices via NFC, and the key itself has the ability to store up to 250 keys in the Passkey system, which Google claims should cover the needs of most users.
The USB-A version of the key is priced at $30 each, while the USB-C version is priced at $35 each. The prices are slightly different from the previous version, and as of now, the new key is not officially available in Thailand.
In addition, Google announced that it will be giving away 100,000 free Titan Security Keys to high-risk users around the world. These keys will be distributed through various partner programs.
TLDR: Google has launched a new Titan Security Key that supports login with Passkey. The key comes in USB-A and USB-C versions and replaces the current U2F key. It can store up to 250 keys and is priced at $30 or $35. Google will also be giving away 100,000 keys to high-risk users.