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Apple starts selling Kensington’s Mac Studio Locking Kit

Apple today began selling a Kensington lock kit for the Mac Studio with everything needed to secure the computer to a desk or other surface, including an adapter, a combination lock, and a braided carbon steel cable with a nylon cover.


Kensington says the kit is “designed specifically for Apple” and can be installed in minutes without any tools or modifications. The adapter attaches to a slot that Apple has built into the bottom of the Mac Studio and does not block any ports on the back of the computer. The kit can be ordered for $64.95 at Apple’s online store.

Kensington is a well-known brand for laptop security locks. Apple included a slot for a Kensington lock on many MacBooks until the early 2010s, and it seems that the companies once again joined forces to offer a security solution for the Mac Studio.

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Apple first released Mac Studio in March 2022. The high-end desktop computer is available with M1 Max and M1 Ultra chip options.

Maclocks also sells a range of Mac Studio security accessories.

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