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IPad Lock Puts Your Tablet on Lockdown

by Shane McGlaun

I occasionally take my gadgets with me on the road, and the only thing I need to keep them safe is a snarl at anyone that eyes my gear and the fact that I never leave the stuff sitting without me near it. If you are the sort that likes to take your gear with you to the office, but you want to be able to leave the room without worrying some douche will steal your stuff you need this iPad Lock and Security Case Bundle.

This thing is a case that will protect your iPad from the drops and daily grind associated with taking the tablet on the road with you. Once you get to the office, you can connect a locking cable to the case that will prevent someone from walking off with it. The maker of the security case says that any thief won’t be able to get the case off the iPad without breaking it.

The locking cable looks a lot like the old Kensington locks that have been around forever to secure notebooks. You can pre-order the case and lock bundle today for $64.95 (USD) over at MacLocks and it is set to ship in about a week. The bundle also comes with a protective film for the iPad screen.

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Comments (2):

  1. Anthony says:

    This case is by far unique, but I think it’s more aimed at stores that sell the iPad and not the actual iPad owners themselves. I am on my 4 th different case and I have finally found the best Case it’s called ZooGue

  2. Saqib Imran says:

    It looks like ipad is running away some where that’s why tied up. It destroys its reputation sorry……http://www.saqibimran.com/

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