Most people are concerned about the safety and security of their electronics items, so it makes sense that Kensington has released the MicroSaver DS Keyed Ultra-Thin Notebook Lock to help you make sure your sensitive files are kept under wraps.
But this thing is super sleek and not bulky like many other versions. It's still strong, however and uses a disk-style keyed locking mechanism. You just attach the lock to the security slot that most notebooks have.
Included with the lock is a rubber tie, letting you keep the cord tucked away when not in use. You can get the MicroSaver DS Keyed Ultra-Thin Notebook Lock now for $54.99.
Kensington has a first on their hands. They've just released their Wireless USB Docking Station and it's a universal dock like no other. This docking station is filled with functions that make it worth the slightly hefty $230 price tag.
This new keyboard from Kensington offers up a profile so thin its almost Mac worthy, except for the back area, but that’s where the magic happens. There is a small, short, hidden mini USB connector/cable hidden under a sliding door.
Kensington is offering a line just for the women who need to tote about their laptop on a regular basis. Although they don't offer bright and shining colors, they do offer a slightly more logical design.
Do you remember those cheap pens that you used to get as a kid that had like red, white, blue, green, pink, yellow, and a bunch of other crazy colors in it and you pushed down on the one you wanted and it would extend out so you could write? Well this basically looks like that and does the same thing, but with electricity.
So Kensington has decided to adopt the DisplayLink technology for their new dual-monitor adapter. This allows you to plug in two monitors over USB.
So in order to transmit a video signal over USB and have it come out the other end on a monitor, you are pretty much guaranteed to need something with DisplayLink, as that’s pretty much how it works. Well this docking station possesses such powers, and more.
The docking station also replicates mic, audio out, 4 USB ports, Ethernet, and with the DisplayLink chipset, VGA. The VGA output can be a mirror image, or used to extend you desktop onto another monitor.
The first, the LiquidFM transmitter is designed to work with mp3 players, specifically the iPod. It has the standard headphone jack connector, but there is also an in-line USB port for charging while you listen to your tunes.
The LiquidFM transmitter also utilizes Kensington’s ClearFM technology so it can output high quality sound even over the FM radio. It also has QuickSeek and RDS which helps decrease the time it takes to find a clear station and the RDS tech displays track info on compatible head units.
First there is the SlimBlade Media Mouse, a laser mouse that also has media playback controls, like volume, play/pause, and next/previous. There is also a navigation pad and a 360 degree scroll ball, ala the BlackBerry Pearl if I had to guess.
Then the SlimBlade Presenter Mouse which has two major features, first the 4-way tilt scroll. Then there is the small USB receiver that tucks away inside the mouse itself. This mouse is also available in two colors, deep blue and ice blue.