Kensington Laptop Locking Station 2.0 Review

Kensington may be known best for its patented lock-slot devices, which use a small slot built into the chassis of a laptop to secure the device with a cable lock. However, those small lock slots aren’t found on every notebook, and as laptops get slimmer there’s less and less real estate for installing a slot into the chassis.

For such cases, Kensington has the Locking Laptop Station 2.0 ($89.99), a sleek appliance that securely locks down any thin laptop 11 to 15 inches in size. Available with an optional standard Kensington cable lock ($119.99 with the lock included), the Locking Laptop Station 2.0 is a great way to secure a laptop that doesn’t have a lock slot.


The locking station has three main components: a brushed aluminum base, two adjustable locking arms and an optional lock loop. The aluminum base won’t scratch your pristine MacBook, thanks to rubber bumper pads that protect the lid and underside of your laptop when it’s locked into place.

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