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Kensington K64562US Ultra ComboSaver Combination Notebook Computer Lock


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  • 6-ft long, 5.5mm thick coated carbon tempered steel cable for extra security
  • Slim-profile lock attaches to 99% of notebooks with superior locking strength
  • Simple to set combination with easy view window, and comfort grip dials
  • 10,000 personalized combination codes
  • SAFE-tested for greater security and peace of mind
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 8 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001911ZZS
  • Item model number: K64562US
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

If your computer is stolen, it's not just the computer that you may be missing. Theft or loss of a computer or data storage medium, make up 54% of all identity theft-related data breaches. Get the strongest theft deterrent with the ultimate combination notebook lock from Kensington, the leader in notebook security. Perfect for use in the office or on the road. An easy-to-use combination design, carbon tempered steel cable, and patented T-bar locking mechanism make this lock your first line of defense against notebook theft. Online registration makes it easy to retrieve lost combinations.

From the Manufacturer

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. Secure, protect and lock down your computer and leave it safe.

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Customer Reviews

This product stinks!
Anonymous
Although it works very well for lubricating mechanical devices, it is even more useful in improving electronic connections.
Stoney
A combination is much better than a key because a key must be carried and can be lost.
Thomas G. Montgomery

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stoney TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 26, 2011
NOTE: I actually purchased the version with the lighter and coiled cable, but the lock mechanism is identical Kensington K64560US ComboSaver Portable Notebook Computer Lock In my opinion the heavier cable provides no greater security---if a thief has a cable cutter, thin or thick makes no difference.

The hardware appears to be well made.
Operation is ridiculously easy, once you know how.
In my experience, the lock has worked flawlessly.
It is a great deal for the price (about $10 with free shipping on orders >$25 for the coiled version at the time of this writing).

CAVEAT
You really need three children-size hands to operate the lock (one to hold the computer, one to hold the lock body, and one to push the button and/or spin the dials. Fortunately, it is possible, to operate the lock with two normal-size hands.

Although operation is ridiculously simple, the multilingual supplied "instructions" (actually just several labeled diagrams) are far from clear. Worse, the "instructions" are intimidating. Moreover the instructions don't tell you how to unlock the lock. I strongly suspect that nearly all of the negative reviews are from purchasers who were justifiably confused and frustrated with the undecipherable "instruction cartoons". I'm sure that most purchasers, if supplied with good instructions, would be very happy with their purchase of the Kensington Combosaver Portable Computer Lock.

SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS
Okay, my instructions (below) are very wordy, for the sake of clarity. I think I've figured out what most of the reviewers were doing wrong when they reported that they couldn't make the lock work.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Impetigo on April 17, 2010
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I got this Kensington combination notebook lock for my new ASUS U30JC-A1 and so far it's worked great.

The Good:
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1. Overall Design/Construction

This lock has a six feet long cable that is quite thick, enough to deter casual would-be thieves who cruise coffee shops with cable cutters. The lock itself is made of stainless steel and ia about two inches long. One nice design feature is that the part of the lock that attaches to the cable can actually swivel in a complete circle. This is fantastic because it allows you to have the cable face forwards or backwards when attached to your notebook. The four number dials are easy to turn and there is a nice rubber piece at the end of the lock that faces your notebook, preventing scratching by the lock. One reviewer complained that the lock does not attach flush with the notebook surface, but I think it is better having a little bit of slack otherwise it would be easy to damage the notebook or the security slot if the lock were pressed down or to the side.

2. Piece of Mind

I feel great leaving my notebook for quick restroom or food/drink trips. The only way to get this lock off would be to cut through the fairly thick cable, and that isn't happening unless you are really careless or leave it alone for a considerable duration of time. That said, it's clearly just a deterrent and a highly motivated thief could probably force it off the notebook since the lock is fairly lock, meaning that it could be grasped and leverage applied to pry it off the notebook (which would cause destruction of the security lock of course).

3. Combination and Not Key Locking

Yes, it's great not having to carry a lock around!

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18 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Alan LaMielle on April 23, 2009
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I'm quite pleased with this notebook cable lock. The packaging was sufficient, it was easy to change the combination, and easy attach to my notebook. It works as expected.

My two complaints:
1) The lock uses a different method of attaching to the Kensington security slot on my notebook. I had only seen the 'scissor' type locks that are collapsed when unlocked and expand to hold in the slot when you push the button. This lock, however, uses a different approach: it has a 'T' shaped piece that fits within the slot. You rotate the 'T' then, if the combination is correct, you can push the button in. Two other metal pieces come out and fill the top and bottom parts of the slot that were exposed after turning the 'T'. It seems to me that you could forcefully turn the pieces back out of the slot without unlocking the lock. This may be the case for the 'scissor' type locks as well though.
2) The lock has 4 digits that make up a combination. When you turn the last digit into place, the button on the end pops out and the two pieces retract. I claim that this is a fault because of the automatic way that the button pops out. Essentially this nullifies the last digit, making it a three digit lock. If one tries to brute-force the combination, they only have to spin the last digit and see if the button pops out. This makes it much easier to guess the combination.

Keep these two points in mind when considering purchasing this product.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stuart Noggle on March 30, 2010
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It deters the students in my classroom from messing with my MacBook. I had to superglue the rubber piece on the lock because it kept falling off. The lock ends up blocking the DVD drive unless I put it on upside down. I think it is an average lock. Nothing to get excited about.
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