Since many projectors and laptops are positioned in public places or in places that are difficult to see, it makes sense to secure them. This is usually done with a classic anti-theft device such as a Kensington Lock for which most devices also provide an appropriate slot that is usually located on the side or at the back of the projector. It is marked with a small padlock engraved on the surface of the case. When installing a projector anti-theft device on the ceiling, it is advisable to attach the Kensington lock to the projector's ceiling mount. This makes it difficult for the thief to steal the projector from the ceiling. Just make sure that the Kensington lock is well attached to the bracket! Likewise, the laptop anti-theft device works in a similar way, with the steel cable attaching to the table or stand so that it can not be easily removed. Especially at trade fairs, this type of theft protection is necessary because a large audience passes the stand and increases the risk that a notebook is stolen. In addition to these locks there are also audible warning systems that make a loud sound when the projector is moved, or you could look at a projector cage. This completely encloses the projector and makes it much harder for thieves to get close to the projector.
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