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Kensington 64068F MicroSaver Notebook Lock and Security Cable (PC/Mac)

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  • 6-foot cable made of steel-composite with a carbon, tempered-steel core and patented T-bar lock to provide the most secure connection to security slot
  • Wide range of compatibility--laptops, monitors, and any device with a Kensington security slot - the industry standard
  • No screws, brackets or glue for installation of this computer lock - no changes to your computer
  • Packaging may vary - regardless of packaging, product is the same
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Product Description

Product Description

The Kensington 64068F MicroSaver Notebook Lock and Security Cable deters thieves from stealing your notebook and the personal information on it. Patented T-bar locking mechanism and super-strong carbon tempered steel cable provide maximum protection that attaches to the standard Kensington security slot found in 99% of notebooks, and many flat panel monitors, desktops, projectors, printers, docking stations, tablet PCs, and other devices. Secure, protect and lock down your computer and leave it safe. The Kensington Microsaver notebook lock and security lock is 6 feet in length designed using a 5.5mm thick, super-strong, steel composite cable with a carbon tempered steel core. Its built-in defense system guards against lock tampering. The lock is easy to install and can be used to secure your laptop in the office or when traveling. The lock features a sleek styling and design won't block notebook ports or lift a notebook off the desk. This lock includes 2 keys, instructions and a rubber cable tie for cable management.

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Kensington Microsaver Lock
Styling design won't block notebook ports or lift a notebook off the desk. View larger

Deter thieves from stealing your notebook and the personal information on it. Patented T-bar locking mechanism and super-strong carbon tempered steel cable provide maximum protection that attaches to the standard Kensington security slot found in 99% of notebooks, and many flat panel monitors, desktops, projectors, printers, docking stations, tablet PCs, and other devices. Secure, protect and lock down your computer and leave it safe.

The Kensington Microsaver notebook lock and security lock is 6 feet in length designed using a 5.5mm thick, super-strong, steel composite cable with a carbon tempered steel core. Its built-in defense system guards against lock tampering. The lock is easy to install and can be used to secure your laptop in the office or when traveling.

The lock features a sleek styling and design won't block notebook ports or lift a notebook off the desk.

Kensington Lock Comparison Chart
Kensington ClickSafe ClickSafe Master Keyed - On Demand ClickSafe Anywhere ClickSafe Twin MicroSaver Micro DS MicroSaver Retractable
ClickSafe ClickSafe Master Keyed -
On Demand
ClickSafe Anywhere ClickSafe Twin MicroSaver Micro DS MicroSaver Retractable
Model Number K64637WW K64663US K64661WW K64638WW 64068F K64590US K64538US
Key Type / Lock Type Flat / Disc Style Flat / Disc Flat / Disc Flat / Disc Round / Barrel Flat / Disc Round / Barrel
Security Anchor Locking
Security Slot / T-Bar Locking
Cable Length 6' 6' 6' & 4' 5' 8" 6' 6' 4'
Master Key Available
Number of Devices Secured 1 1 2 2 1 1 1
Lifetime Warranty

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 2 x 8.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00000K4KH
  • Item model number: 64068E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (232 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Kensington
  • Model: 64068E
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Hardware Platform: PC
  • Weight: 1.48 pounds
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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Product is just as described, it is very easy to use and works great!
AllyTude
Get up and leave your laptop for a few minutes, this lock makes a good deterrent from the casual, opportunity-driven thief.
D.B. Spalding
I have a 2011 aluminum 15" MacBook Pro & this lock works well with it.
lordvoldemort

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

137 of 145 people found the following review helpful By Jamie Wilson VINE VOICE on February 2, 2002
When it comes to notebook physical security you need a device that will deter crimes of opportunity -- such as those presented by leaving your notebook at your desk at work or at a table in a library while you browse the shelves. If you want to protect your notebook from a determined thief, buy a safe.
Most cable security devices are going to provide about the same amount of security so you need to focus on ease of use. If a device is easy to use, then you're more likely to use it and use it properly. The Kensington system doesn't get much simpler. It consists of a cable, which is wrapped around a reasonably unmoveable object, and an attached key lock that attaches directly to your notebook's security slot.
Compare the Kensington system with the Curtis 06414 system and you'll probably agree that the Kensington system is far easier to use. Compare it's 1 piece system to the Curtis system which uses a cable, a seperate metal piece that hooks to the notebook's security slot and a seperate lock that connects that piece to the cable. That's 3 seperate pieces, a little more effort to hook everything up and the possibility of losing that tiny metal piece the whole system depends on.
I've used both the Kensington and the Curtis systems at work and have found the Kensington system to be far easier to use. I put one key on my keyring, put the other key someplace safe and can toss the cable into my bag and be good to go. With the Curtis system, I had to make use of its storage bag just so I wouldn't lose the individual pieces. I'm also sure the extra effort required to setup the Curtis system will prevent some people from using the device as much as they should.
The Kensington system costs a little more money, but it is definitely worth it. It's my choice for my personal notebook.
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106 of 113 people found the following review helpful By D.B. Spalding on January 1, 2006
As one reviewer pointed out succinctly, this is a deterrent. Get up and leave your laptop for a few minutes, this lock makes a good deterrent from the casual, opportunity-driven thief. No, it won't prevent someone vandalizing your laptop. No, it won't stop a thief with a good cable cutter. So if you see anyone at the cafe or library with a cable cutter, think twice. Oh, you would anyway? I thought so. Some reviewers here must think you have no common sense. So let's assume you do. You're considering this one because it's a very AFFORDABLE deterrent. Another Kensington with an alarm may appeal to you if you want wander a few feet out of sight of your laptop, and want an audible alarm if someone tries to yank it off -- but then, who in their right mind will try to defeat a laptop with an alarm in a library? It's all a matter of risk assessment. If you think you may be leaving your laptop in a place where passersby possess industrial-grade cable cutters or the knowledge to defeat alarms, then perhaps you don't want to leave our laptop at all.

So this affordable little cable is a suitable deterrent where you feel it's appropriate for the risk. A relatively benign public location ... your place of work where your laptop isn't accessible to anyone but employees and staff ... a hotel, where only the staff have access to your room. These are places where the risk of theft is minimized, and this easy-to-use cable lock is probably quite appropriate.
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69 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Wendy R. on August 27, 2006
This is a tremendous product that is exceptionally simple and effective. I bought one for my laptop when I entered college. I secured it to a part of my desk, and could then ease my mind when my roommate's friends would come and go, if we had study groups, or if someone managed to break in. I worked at the superintendent's office of my dorm and heard tons of complaints about laptops being ripped off, and this is a terrific solution to protect your valuable investment.

The cable is also extremely strong. I ended up losing my keys to the lock and had to have a locksmith come to my dorm to undo the lock. It took him 2 hours with professional equipment to cut through the cable. Then, I took the laptop into his shop, and it took him another 40 minutes to extract the lock part from the slot in my computer. Now, I make sure to write down the little security code on the key so I can order a replacement set, but that experience really confirmed my faith in the safety of the set-up.

Overall, an indispensable item for college, and a great device for other laptop owners, as well.
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57 of 64 people found the following review helpful By mademoiselle_josephine_clementine_pilgrim on February 17, 2007
Is that Kensington is an EXCELLENT COMPANY that KNOWS HOW TO CARE FOR ITS CUSTOMERS.

I have a Mac iBook and I have had no trouble -- maybe there is just some incompatibility with the 13" model people are complaining about...

BUT, I will not disclose the nature of my problem with my old cable lest people try to take advantage -- lets just say that *I* did something really stupid. Kensington REPLACED my cable for free, even though what happened to it was TOTALLY MY FAULT, and they knew it!!

I just think that a company that cares about its customers this much deserves to be acknowledged and deserves 5 stars!

Also, here is something I learned on the Learning Channel back when they showed studies and not just Choppers and people decorating their neighbors' houses with plywood and spray-paint...

There was a study where, before people got up to walk away from their stuff, on beaches, in libraries, in cafes and bars, etc., they asked a complete stranger to keep an eye on it...then they sent in someone else to lurk around the stuff and maybe try to take something. In *EVERY* case, EVERY SINGLE CASE!, the stranger got up to defend the things they were asked to watch. There is something about entrusting your stuff to another person that makes that person take your side and feel a responsibility to back up their promise.

Think about your own experience...isn't there something that makes you extra-vigilant when someone says, "Hey, can you watch my stuff?"

So DO lock up your computer with the Kensington, but then, just ask anyone to also watch your stuff for you and if they say they will, they will. Then you have 2 deterrents to theft. Nothing is ever going to totally protect your computer from theft, but this cable and other humans work pretty darn well.
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