Targus DEFCON VPCL Eyelet Lock for Notebook Computers
Item #:
N-45795
Category:
Notebook Accessories
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Condition:
New
Brand:
Targus
Original Price:
$35.00
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Quickly secures notebooks and more

Product Information

Deter would-be thieves by attaching the Targus DEFCON Video Port Combination Lock (VPCL) securely to the video port of your desktop or notebook computer. This combination lock features a patented pass-through video port cable so you don't have to sacrifice your computer's functionality for its security - simply plug your monitor or projector into the pass-through port. With 6.5 feet of vinyl-coated, stainless steel cable and a combination lock with up to 10,000 user-settable combinations, this DEFCON Video Port Combination Lock is sure to keep your notebook safe.

Product Features
  • Lock attaches to your latop using the rectangular video port and offers the highest level of theft prevention from a laptop lock
  • Set your own password with up to 10,000 possible combinations that can be set or changed at anytime
  • One of the toughest and strongest security locking devices on the market
  • Armor plated cable offers the highest level of resistance to breakage that will undermine all but the most determined thief
  • Utilizes a patented pass through video port cable design
  • Includes 6.5 feet of vinyl-coated, stainless steel cable 
  • For added security, a steel base plate is included

Includes
  • DEFCON PA492C Combination Cable Lock
  • 6.5 ft. Cable
  • Security Base Plate

Specifications
  • Color: Blue/Silver
  • Compatibility: Devices with a video port 
  • Cable Length: 6.5 ft.
  • Video Port Lock Dimensions:  2.07" x 1.01" x 0.5" (W x L x D, Approx)
  • Weight:  7.8 oz.




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  • UPC: 092636206024 
  • Mfr's Part #: PA492C 

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