New iPad lock Reduces Theft Attempts

| October 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

New iPad lock Reduces Theft AttemptsWith this new iPad lock you are going to safe iPad Mini, iPad 2, iPad 3, ultraBook, and all kinds of Smartphones and Tablets from theft attempts.

Why should you go for this new iPad lock, here are some reasons that might compel you to protect your device.

  • You save your personal information on your device and it logs into your accounts automatically, it could be your financial accounts.
  • You spend some amount on your device, so why not to protect it? You generally lock up your vehicle, do not you?
  • Some IT experts say, the 45 percent of thefts could be avoided with the help of a lock.

New iPad lock Reduces Theft Attempts

The Glue On locking plate provides greater fastening with the help of a security slot that has been kept in this new iPad lock. The cable which is made of solid steel that will disappoint any thief. The manufacturer has done really a good job by producing such a outclass lock for all kinds of tablets and Smartphones.

New iPad lock Reduces Theft Attempts

 For more queries regarding locks visit Apple Locks

New iPad lock Reduces Theft Attempts

Very Convenient

You only need to loop that cable around the fixed object where you want to fix it and set its locking plate on the iPad/ tablet/ Smartphone. That’s it from the installation process.

We offer two  different models, pick up your required one!

  • 3m Industrial Glue

These plates offer a good balance between aesthetics, security and an ability to remove it without damaging your device.

  • Super Glue

Only for the permanent use.

Get free shipping in U.S. over $99! no code is required.


  • 2 keys
  • Built-in security slot
  • 2x2in / 5x5cm Glue-On-Plate
  • 6ft strong steel cable

New iPad lock Reduces Theft Attempts

There is a special favor for only cafeios readers as they can get 10% off the whole order.  Go head for it.


Category: Accessories

Megan Roose

Author: Megan Roose()

Megan is fan worm of science and was born just ahead of potential tech market startups. She is civil engineer by profession and got certified from university of California in 2004. Google+