Kensington is a company known for its secure locks, and now it is applying that expertise to the Surface Pro. The company has unveiled a new Kensington Keyed Cable lock for Surface Pro, which is now available for $49.99. And if you've got a reason to keep your Surface Pro securely tied down, it might be worth a look.
As far as security prowess goes, Kensington says the cable lock is equipped with a strong, durable, tamper-resistant lock head and an anti-pick 5mm keying system. A carbon steel cable should discourage any cutting attempts as well. It looks pretty good too, with a lock that attaches to a Surface Pro without requiring any modifications.
The Kensington Keyed Cable lock for Surface Pro is available now from Kensington in three flavors: Master Keyed, Supervisor Keyed, and Standard Keyed. All come in at $49.99. According to Kensington, the lock should work with the new Surface Pro, Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4.
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