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Kensington Cable Lock for HP Laptops, Lenovo, Asus, Acer & Other Devices - New Smaller & Stronger Pivoting Lock Head (K65035AM) & N17 Dell Laptop Lock - Keyed (K64440WW) - LaptopUnder 500

Kensington Cable Lock for HP Laptops, Lenovo, Asus, Acer & Other Devices – New Smaller & Stronger Pivoting Lock Head (K65035AM) & N17 Dell Laptop Lock – Keyed (K64440WW)

Description

★★★★★
$83.74
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Features

  • Brand: ‎Kensington
  • Manufacturer: ‎Kensington
  • Date First Available: ‎April 21, 2021
  • Product 1: Laptop Lock uses Kensington t-bar locking technology to secure laptops desktops TVs monitors hard drives docking stations projectors or any other device with a Kensington security slot can anchor to a desk table or any fixed structure
  • Product 1: New smaller and stronger pivoting 10mm Lock head offers uncompromised security and accessibility for even the thinnest laptops and devices patented hidden pin technology supports the anti-pick tubular lock
  • Product 1: 6’ carbon steel cable with plastic sheath resists cutting attempts Offering greater security and mobility special hinge eliminates awkward angles and provides ease of locking/unlocking
  • Product 1: NOTE Does not work with 2016 and newer Dell laptops and tablets that use Dell’s new wedge lock slot See Kensington part# K68008WW or K64440WW Some HP models including HP Elite Books X2 tablet and Chromebooks use our Nano saver lock slot see part #K64444WW for compatible models Please review your device’s technical specifications and use our lock selector at Kensington /locks elector
  • Product 2: Laptop Lock for Dell laptops fits seamlessly into Dell and Alienware laptops with the wedge type lock slot
  • Product 2: 5mm keying system featuring patented anti-pick hidden pin technology; 6' long carbon steel cable is cut-resistant and anchors to desk, table or any fixed structure
  • Product 2: Unique lock engagement creates the strongest connection between the lock head and slot; Pivot and rotate head and cable system provides superior laptop engagement
  • Product 2: TAA compliant, and independently verified and tested for industry-leading standards in torque/pull, foreign implements, lock lifecycle, corrosion, key strength and other environmental condition

Description

  • Product 1: Laptop Lock uses Kensington t-bar locking technology to secure laptops desktops TVs monitors hard drives docking stations projectors or any other device with a Kensington security slot can anchor to a desk table or any fixed structure
  • Product 1: New smaller and...

    User reviews

    I bought this lock specifically to secure an Early 2011 MacBook Pro, whose specs say that it has a Kensington slot. The lock mechanism appears to be sturdy and the cable is rather stiff, suggesting that it might be harder to cut than that of most such locks.Unfortunately, the Kensington slot on the MacBook has rounded corners whereas the shaft on the lock is rectangular with sharp corners, hence only four stars. It's a square peg in a round hole situation. This lock fits every other Kensington slot that I've tried it on, so this is probably Apple's fault. I'll keep the lock for use with another device.I like the protruding tab on the key as it makes it easy to align the key with the lock. However, I would worry that the tab could get bent if the key were banging around in a pocket on a ring with other keys and then it would not fit into the lock.I have attached a picture of the MacBook slot, one of this lock and of another Kensington-style lock that I found that does fit the MacBook, and one of the keys to this lock.
    I have a small notebook that I use when I go to the local library. This is a well-designed lock that makes it so someone can not causally pick up and walk off with my notebook without being noticed.I don't recommend leaving a locked device alone for extended periods of time or out of sight from others. The cable looks like it could easily cut with a pair of snips. And others have reported the some Kensignton t-locks can be ripped from their sockets with enough force.The price Kensington lists on their website for this lock is $50, but you can commonly find it for far less and it's not really worth more than $25.
    It's a Kensington. Not a lot more you can say. Sure, you may be able to find cheaper 'work alike' cable somewhere, but this is a really good brand. They are so dominant that manufactures who carve that little slot in the side of their devices, called it a Kensington slot. (okay, that might be a licensing thing...)This cable is really long. I use mine on a standup desk, that has a single pillar on the left side and one on the right. I wrap the lock around one pillar and then through the loop several times to reduce its size. This prevents it from being expanded while still locked to be pulled off the bottom of the post that is welded on a TEE shaped base.Despite the picture, the lock pivots on the end of the cable, and rotates around the inner lock mechanism, so you won't have the cable poking out in some very inconvenient direction.


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