Give potential thieves a harder task of walking off with your iPad with Kensington SecureBack Security Case.
Manufacturer: Kensington Website: kensington.com
Then using your iPad in a business where people come and go, leaving it lying around can be nerve-racking. Unlike many notebooks, there's no slot in the iPad's body to attach a security lock. The SecureBack is designed to remedy that. It comprises three pieces. The two larger ones slide together on the iPad's back, then a long piece slides into the raised area where they meet. The whole thing is only robustly held together when you attach a Kensington Click safe lock to the hole on the top edge, which you can them attach to something.
While the case feels firmly secured, it has some clear drawbacks. The lock attaches at the top of the case, altering the iPad's weight distribution. The bottom edge would have been a better position.
Another little niggle is that the strip securing the pieces in place is positioned off-centre, and the fingers of your right hand will inevitably lie across it. It protrudes by just enough to notice (and be distracted by) its shape. A curved surface might have been a better option, even though the case is intended to protect iPads that aren't constantly in hand.
"Reassuring security against light-fingered opportunists. Don't forget the cost of a ClickSafe lock."