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Jun 5, 2009

Kensington Creates Lock for Ultra-Slim Notebooks

If you've got a thin notebook, you know that it's much easier to carry around than other notebooks. Thieves know it, too, and they'd love to make off with your computer while you're getting a refill on your latte. To help you safeguard your investment in style, Kensington has just released the MicroSaver DS Keyed Ultra-Thin Notebook Lock, because your lock should be just as svelte as your laptop.

Kensington is the name for notebook locks. While this one may be smaller than average, it's just as tough. It offers an advanced disk-style keyed locking mechanism, a rotating head and pivoting cable for easy connections, and a patented T-bar locking mechanism for added strength. It attaches to the security slot found on 99 percent of all notebooks. (Take a look--you've got one.) The lock has a six-foot carbon steel cable, comes with two keys, and even includes a rubber tie so you can wrap that cord up when you're not using it.

You can order the MicroSaver right now from Amazon for the already discounted price of $54.99. Plus, Amazon will throw in free shipping. Get one now and never worry about your skinny laptop sashaying off without you.
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