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1-08-2010 @ 10:46AM
Nah - they'll put one in ALL the boxes. I could be wrong, but I can't imagine they're expensive to produce in the numbers they'd be producing, and the infrastructure is already there, so it's not like more authenticators is really a huge added expense. You'll just throw yours away if you already have one.That said, I would like to replace my first-gen authenticator, with the ugly Blizzard logo, with the new cooler one.I'd also like to see them backlit, I always play in a dark room and I sort of have to tilt it towards the screen and hit the button right after I enter my password, because it darkens too much when it shows the screen where you have to enter your code...
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