Video: Kensington Introduces New Locking Bracket for Microsoft Surface Book


Designed exclusively for Surface Book, the locking bracket enables users to protect valuable data on their mobile devices

Good news for Surface Book users concerned about securing their devices. Kensington has been working with Microsoft to create a locking mechanism that provides users with a non-invasive solution for securing their Surface Books. Vigorously tested, the locking bracket is constructed with Kensington’s industry standard security slot, bundled with a MicroSaver 2.0 lock that comes with an innovative common keying system to simplify the process of locking down multiple devices. For a demonstration of how it works, see this animated video:  https://youtu.be/qVv1BmM5FjA

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Kensington’s New Locking Bracket for Microsoft Surface Book Enables Users to Protect Valuable Data on their Mobile Devices


Locking Bracket Joins Keyed Cable Lock for Surface Pro and Locking Kit for Surface Studio in Family of Locking Solutions Designed Exclusively for Microsoft Surface Products

San Mateo, CA – October 11, 2017 – Kensington®, a worldwide leader of desktop computing and mobility solutions for IT, business and home office professionals and The Professionals’ Choice, today announced general availability of Locking Bracket for Microsoft® Surface™ Book, the newest member to join its family of products that support Microsoft Surface devices.
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The Importance of Locking Down Multiple Devices in the Office


Kensington Outlines the Risks Associated with Leaving Employee Equipment Unattended in Heterogeneous Office Environments and the Best First Line of Defense to Protect Valuable Data

San Mateo, CA – September 12, 2017 – Kensington®, a worldwide leader of desktop computing and mobility solutions for IT, business and home office professionals and The Professionals’ Choice, has released an article for IT administrators that outlines the critical importance of locking down multiple devices in the office, where more IT theft takes place than many realize. Implementing a first line of defense with physical solutions is a valuable step towards preventing theft that can have a devastating impact on a company, but there are considerations with multiple devices across what is often a heterogeneous environment.
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Kensington Laptop Locking Station Honored with World Renowned iF DESIGN AWARD from Germany’s Oldest Independent Design Organization


Innovative Locking Station, Now Generally Available, Earns Kudos for Its Versatility and Strong Anti-Theft Protection for Thin Laptops without a Security Slot

San Mateo, CA – March 7, 2017 – Kensington®, a worldwide leader of desktop computing and mobility solutions for IT, business and home office professionals and The Professionals’ Choice, announced today that its recently announced Laptop Locking Station 2.0 received an iF DESIGN AWARD in the Computer Accessory category for its versatility and strong anti-theft protection for thin laptops without a security slot. The locking station made its debut at ShowStoppers @ CES 2017 on January 5, and is now generally available.
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Kensington Locking Kits Help Protect Valuable Computing Equipment in Bolivian Public Libraries Serving Children and Families


Locking kits and other resources provided by outside support helps equip libraries with digital assets that enhance educational opportunities for youth in El Alto, Bolivia

San Mateo, CA – October 25, 2016 – Kensington®, a worldwide leader of desktop computing and mobility solutions for IT, business and home office professionals and The Professionals’ Choice for 35 years, today announced that its Desktop PC & Peripheral Locking Kits are being used to protect computing resources that are part of the Senkata Library Network in Bolivia, also known as the Bolivia Library Project. The libraries are equipped with Internet-connected computers and computer resource training to provide improved educational opportunities for children and families of the Senkata parishes, while Kensington’s Locking Kits keep computers and peripheral accessories locked safely together to protect against theft or damage.
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