Yes they do!
Shutting the door after the horse etc etc thinking about getting a laptop lock for use in a public area in school, daft question do all locks fit all laptops?
Yes they do!
Off subject but on topic, are the newer Kensington locks any better than they used to be?
I.e. is it still possible to open one with a piece of cardboard and a pen within 60 seconds?
I'm looking for a visual deterrant - looking at the cheap versions of these locks a pair of sharp scissors looks as though they could cut through the cable, just trying to deter the opportunist tea leafs.
Aye, deterrent is half the war won Know what you mean with some of the cheap ones, a school of mine bought a load for some "static" laptops and you could probably get through those with the plastic scissors you get in nursery!
Just make sure that when people use them they don't simply hook them round the leg of the desk they are using; I remember one being stolen by simply lifting the desk at a place I worked at previously
We buy ours from the local £1 shop and when we couldn't find a key for one it took a lot of cutting off. Having said that we only regard them (even the expensive ones) as a minor deterrent mainly to stop staff and kids moving laptops around withoug telling us
I'm trying to find about 100 keyed alike ones - Hills don't have any in stock, and I need them quite soon... anybody know anywhere they might be available?
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