iPad Lock Down
The first thing that schools that use iPads learn is that they are even easier to steal then traditional notebooks. Without a Kensington lock slot, the iPad runs the risk of disappearing when nobody’s looking. The iPad lock comes with a clear plastic case with a security lock so that it can be attached to furniture or a heating pipe. It willc ome with a pair of keys, will cost $65 and will be available in the coming weeks.