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Noble Security intros MacBook Air, iMac locks

updated 04:20 pm EST, Mon January 12, 2009

iMac, MacBook Air locks

Noble Security says it has begun selling two new locks for Apple computers. The first is for the MacBook Air, which Noble notes lacks a traditional Kensington lock slot. The Noble lock is in fact claimed to be the only one available for the Air, and attempts to match the thin size of the computer.

The other device is a locking plate, meant for aluminum-era iMacs. The plate secures to a table or desk, and prevents an iMac from being moved; this is said to have the secondary benefit of stopping a computer from tipping over accidentally. Buyers of either lock must contact Noble directly for pricing.




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