Secure Latest Dell Computers

 

Dell's latest PCs, flat panel monitors and peripherals are a popular target for theft. Security solutions can protect the new Optiplex PCs in all their forms, from the standard tower and desktops to the "ultra-small form factor" (USFF) Optiplex 745/755". Security cables, security pads and enclosures provide excellent choices for the right level of security, depending on your environment and the value of your applications.

Latitude™ 2100 Carts, Cabinets and Cases...
for the latest Dell netbooks.  Protect, recharge and store with security.

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Cable Kits

Universal Universal maximum security cable kits for Dell™ computers and peripherals, including the new Optiplex series of computers. Simple, secure, affordable security cable kits that work with all Dell models and peripherals.  Click here for more details

Optiplex 620, 745, 755 USFF Maximum Security
Use a maximum security enclosure to protect your Optiplex 620, 745, 755 ultra-small form factor (USFF) PC.  This security package provides protection for the CPU, monitor (flat panel or other), keyboard and even mouse...all with an elegant and compact design.

More information: security enclosures

 

USFF Security Cable Kits
Special maximum security cable kit for the Optiplex 620, 745 and 755.  Dell's USFF calls for a security kit specially configured to take advantage of its compact design

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New Multi-Battery Re-Chargers for Dell Latitudes

We are proud to announce new, state-of-the-art battery chargers for a variety of Dell Latitude™ laptop batteries . . . the perfect solution for classrooms, training facilities and support operations.

 

> visit our battery charger section

 

NEW LATITUDE 2100 NETBOOK BATTERIES

This charger can recharge and maintain up to 16 batteries (3 or 6 cell) for Dell Latitude 2100 netbooks.

 

NEW LATITUDE E6400/6500 LAPTOP BATTERIES

This charger can re-charge and maintain up to 16 batteries (6 cell or 9 cell) for Dell Latitude E6400/6500 laptops

 

NEW LATITUDE E5400/5500 LAPTOP BATTERIES

This charger can recharge and maintain up to 16 batteries (6 cell or 9 cell)

for Dell Latitude E5400/5500 laptops.

 

D420/D430 BATTERIES

This 10-bay battery charger handles batteries for the Dell Latitude

D420 and D430.

 

D500 AND D600 BATTERIES

This 16-bay battery charger handles batteries for the Dell Latitude D500,

D505, D510, D520, D600 and D610.

 

D620/D630 BATTERIES

This 16-bay battery charger handles batteries for the Dell Latitude D620

& D630. 

 

D820/D830 BATTERIES

Introducing an 8-bay battery charger that handles batteries for

the Dell Latitude D820 and D830.  

 

 * To protect your batteries and charger, see our new battery charger security enclosure, which can attach to a 
security cart, desk or cabinet.  Click here for more details                

 

Our Security Solutions


 

 

SECURITY CARTS

Chromebook Carts

iPad Carts

Tablet Carts (w/universal hubs)

Network-Ready Managed Carts

Netbook Carts

Chart of Sizes

 

CABINETS
Notebook & Netbooks

Notebook Wall Safe

APPLE EQUIPMENT

iPads and iPad minis

iPods and iPhones
Sync and Charge Strategies

iPad Security Enclosure

Apple TV

Other Apple Equipment

EtherSync Remote Management


DELL EQUIPMENT
Security for Dell Equipment

CLASSROOM & OFFICE EQUIPMENT

Survey of Solutions

Security Cables

Pads and Enclosures

Recovery Systems

Asset Tags

Netbooks

 

MULTI-BAY BATTERY CHARGERS

Complete Charging Solutions

Dell Chargers

Lenovo Chargers

 
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