Kensington Clicksafe K64637ww 5 Feet Keyed Laptop Lock - Steel - Black available on September 27 2018 from TechForLess for itemprop="offers" target="_external" title="" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Offer">33.46
Kensington Clicksafe Keyed Laptop Locks available on November 01 2016 from Newegg for 41.49
Kensington ClickSafe Keyed Laptop Lock (K64637WW) available on November 18 2014 from Amazon for 23.99
UPC bar code 085896646372 ξ2 registered November 21 2016
UPC bar code 085896646372 ξ3 registered January 17 2016
UPC bar code 085896646372 ξ1 registered September 13 2014
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Locks attach to hardware in a single step. Just one click and it's secure. There's no need for employees to insert a key or follow multiple steps. ClickSafe combines a cable made from superior materials with a tamper-proof disc-style lock to deliver the strongest security available in a cable lock.
Great lock and works similar to others sold by Kensington. The difference is the permanent "stub" you screw in for the "snap on" lock. It sticks out about half a CM which isn't a big deal to most people but if you have a tight fit laptop bag or case it might cause a problem. Snap on lock saves time and I don't have to get my key out every time I want to lock it up. Of course you do need the key to unlock it so if you're going to the library don't forget the key.
These notebook locks have been around forever, and I've used several different versions of notebook locks (i.e. combination locks and keyed locks). Some have been Kensington branded, some not...I've always had 2 minor issues with notebook locks in general:1. They're a hassle to put on & off2. The lock doesn't alway fit tightly in the notebook (due to variations of the notebook lock 'slot' on different notebooks)It looks like Kensington has solved my issues!This new ClickSafe lock comes with a security anch..
The concept is great for most laptops, but if you have an aluminum MacBook, avoid this like the plague.Since it adds a permanently mounted nub sticking out of the side of your laptop, if you slightly bump the side of your computer into your monitor or your desk, you'll get a big dent in your aluminum unibody MacBook. The aluminum in the unibody is pretty soft. Without the nub, bumps tend to get spread across a large surface area, particularly if you're using a "skin" case. But the nub sticks out beyond t..