Kensington also introduced new protection for the iPhone 4 and 4S in the form of the $80 PowerGuard, which includes a scratch-proof case and a keychain fob. If the wireless connection between the fob and the free BungeeAir iOS app is broken, the phone’s screen will automatically lock, requiring a security code for access. The phone case includes a battery that offers an extra four hours of talk time.
On the Mac side, the company announced a pair of iMac security devices, the $100 SafeStand for 27-inch iMacs, and the $80 SafeDome. Both products lock desktop computers into place, the former by enclosing much of the iMac’s stand in a secure, bolted companion stand, the former using the iMac stand’s cable-routing hole to attach. And for laptops, Kensington announced a pair of $90 SafeDock docking stations for the MacBook Air line, which lack the traditional Kensington security slot, as well as the $45 ClickSafe laptop keyed lock for the MacBook Pro.
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