Review: Wireless PC Lock

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Review: Wireless PC Lock

If pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del to lock Windows every time the weary computer user leaves their desk proves too much of a strain then this new device from Sitecom could be just the ticket.

The Wireless PC Lock is billed as a convenient aid for protecting personal details and programs when away from the PC or laptop. A receiver is connected via a USB port to the computer while a transmitter is placed upon the person. Should the transmitter and receiver be more than two metres apart then the PC will lock.

If pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del to lock Windows every time the weary computer user leaves their desk proves too much of a strain then this new device from Sitecom could be just the ticket. The Wireless PC Lock is billed as a convenient aid for protecting personal details and programs when away from ...

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