Provided by Kensington Computer Products Group
K62845M - ClickSafe Keyed Lock for Dell Laptops - Master Keyed
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  • Give your employees superior and effortless laptop security with the ClickSafe Keyed Lock designed for Dell laptops and tablets with either the industry-standard Kensington Security Slot or a Wedge security slot. One-click, keyless engagement combines with premium materials and anti-theft technology to make protecting laptops easier than ever.
    • Compatible with Dell laptops and tablets with either the industry-standard Kensington Security Slot or a Wedge security slot
    • Limited Lifetime Warranty
    • 90-Day Money Back Guarantee (Warranty and Guarantee only valid if purchased through Kensington Authorized Resellers)

  • Strong Lock Head

    Tested against the most rigorous and thorough standards in the industry, the lock is tamper-resistant and will durably perform time after time.
  • Anti-Tampering System

    The disk-style lock utilizes a built-in defense system that is nearly impossible to bump or pick, resisting attempts at tampering.
  • ClickSafe Security Anchors

    Included are anchors that fit either the industry-standard Kensington Security Slot or a Wedge security slot. The anchor securely mounts into the corresponding slot on the device and allows a ClickSafe lock head to be attached in a single click.
  • Carbon Steel Cable

    Offering the same level of cut-resistance and theft-resistance as thicker cables, the carbon steel cable with plastic sheath offers security and greater mobility with 6 feet of cable.
  • Verified & Tested

    Engineered to Kensington’s rigorous specifications and third-party standards in torque/pull, foreign implements, lock lifecycle, corrosion, key strength and other environmental conditions.
  • Register & Retrieve

    Kensington’s online key registration program that allows for quick, secure and easy key replacement if it ever gets lost or stolen.
  • Master Keyed

    Provides administrative access, so the IT manager can have a key for all locks while each user has their own individual lock and key. Each employee can protect their device with their lock while a master key provides IT universal access to unlock any piece of equipment for upgrades, relocation, replacement or misplaced/lost keys.

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