Yubico launches first multi-protocol security keys supporting FIDO2

Gimli

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I bought yubikey neo and then 2 weeks later they release yubikey 5. So what is the difference? I can see it is fido2 compliant where the neo is not, but I can't quite see what the advantage is. e.g. will I not be able to authenticate with my finger print and my neo on a laptop? Or will I need to do username, password and u2f?

I am a bit confused.
 
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