Photos: Stop thief! A look at iPhone 4 and iPad 2 locks

Photos: Stop thief! A look at iPhone 4 and iPad 2 locks

Summary: How to stop your tablet going walkabout...

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  • Kensington SecureBack iPad 2 lock

    How to stop your tablet going walkabout...

    Since the launch a year and a half ago of Apple's iPad, a whole ecosystem has sprung up providing accessories for the tablet - including extras for securing the device from thieves.

    With more businesses investing in tablets, the theft of an iPad can mean the loss of sensitive data, as well as disruption to productivity and the need for extra spending.

    Accessories and peripherals maker Kensington has today made its first foray into locking systems for the iPad, with the launch of its SecureBack case and the Kensington ClickSafe lock, pictured above.

    Photo: Kensington

  • Kensington SecureBack iPad 2 lock

    The laptop lock is secured to the case by attaching the lock to the built in ClickSafe anchor, shown above.

    Once the ClickSafe lock is attached to the anchor, the case can only be removed by damaging the iPad.

    Photo: Kensington

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