Kensington MicroSaver Lock
Kensington MicroSaver Lock
MicroSaver uses a unique security slot already built into the MacBook Pro, MacBook, flat-panel iMac, Titanium PowerBook G4, G3, iBook computers and Apple Cinema Displays (except the LED Cinema Display). Simply wrap the 6-foot galvanized steel cable around any immovable object, then insert the MicroSaver into the security slot and turn the key. That's it - simple and secure.
Strong cable with aircraft-grade steel and carbon-tempered steel core cable: Length: 6.0 ft./1.83 m; Diameter: 0.24 in./6 mm
Built-in defense system guards against lock tampering
Patented T-bar lock provides superior lock strength in the security slot for additional theft protection
No messy glue or screws or brackets—does not impact leased notebooks for travel or storage
Register your key code on Kensington's website in case you lose your key
Did you notice?
The cable is made of aircraft-grade steel with a carbon-tempered steel core to ensure maximum cut resistance.
Apple Recommends For
Ensuring that your Mac notebook or desktop system that incorporates the Kensington Security Slot system is well-tethered to prevent its removal.
Cable Length: 6.0 ft./1.83 m; Diameter: 0.24 in./6 mm
Weight: 9.6 oz./272.2 g
Mfr. Part Number: K64598
UPC or EAN No.: 85896645986
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Warranty: Limited lifetime (For more details, please visit www.us.kensington.com/html/1368.html#life.)
Compatible with products that have a security slot, such as MacBook Pro, iMac, and 30-inch Cinema Display. Not compatible with MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with Retina Display models.
Answers from the community
Will this lock fit a MacBook Pro 2010?
No answers yet
- Asked by Carlene d from hobart
- on Mar 16, 2015
Is the new Macbook Pro with Retina Display (released June 11, 2012) compatible with the Kensington MicroSaver Lock?
- Asked by Gene H from Berwyn
- on Jun 11, 2012
The new retina MacBook Pro doesn't seem to have a Kensington slot anymore.
- Written by Ger N from Rosmalen
- on Jun 16, 2012
is this the only brand that works for locking Macs?
- Asked by anna d from gainesville
- on Jan 5, 2010
There are other lock makers which work using the Kensignton slot on a computer though Kensignton is There are other lock makers which work using the Kensignton slot on a computer though Kensignton is probably the most common. There are other methods for securing computers, though locks using the Kensington slot are the most convenient that I have found Cheers !
- Written by Sandman619 . from San Diego
- on Oct 27, 2010
What is a good security/cable lock to use with the MacBook Air? Need something reliable, but quick/easy to put on/off to facilitate/encourage use.
- Asked by BRAHM C from Mason
- on Aug 14, 2011
There is also Maclocks security cable lock which is quite awesome since it comes with a cool clear c There is also Maclocks security cable lock which is quite awesome since it comes with a cool clear case with ventilation slots that elevates it and make sure it won't get warmer, I use it with my MBA at school and when I study in Starbucks. Just google Maclocks and get in to their website.
3 Answers(What is a good security/cable lock to use with the MacBook Air? Need something reliable, but quick/easy to put on/off to facilitate/encourage use.)
- Written by Lior Y from Ramat Gan
- on Jun 25, 2012
i bought macbook pro on july.is it fit on my computer?
- Asked by anish h from kolkata
- on Apr 3, 2012
what if you lose the lock key
- Asked by Francine M from Columbia
- on Sep 18, 2011
That's why they give you 2 keys. Put one safely away (just in case). If you also loose the second .. That's why they give you 2 keys. Put one safely away (just in case). If you also loose the second ... well then you will have to break the lock. That is the entire goal isn't it : if you don't have the key, then you can't steal the computer. That is why I use the locks with a numeric code instead of a key.
- Written by Jildert D from Malle
- on Jul 27, 2012