Soon enough, we'll all be able to log into Facebook and other personal accounts in the blink of an eye -- dopeness. Hoyos Group, a New York-based company, unveiled their product called EyeLock at the Finovate conference in San Francisco Tuesday --- claiming it's the only portable iris-scanning device for consumers. Basically, the device, which is the size of a standard business card and weighs about four ounces, comes in the form of a USB drive. Once installed, users will hold the wand-like scanner in front of their eye, and automatically log in to any password-protected site their computer -- whether it's Facebook, Gmail, PayPal or your bank account. EyeLock will be available shortly for roughly $99.