Tablet anti-theft device
With the rise in theft of tablets, a bewildering range of tablet anti-theft devices have also been introduced. Here we will look at some of the options:
The highest theft rate seems to occur in the public and semi-public space. Particularly when the tablets are left alone without supervision. However, as tablets are becoming an essential necessity in many workspaces, such as retail, hospitality, restaurants, industry and other businesses, they will inevitably be left without supervision at some point. So the obvious solution, of minimizing electronic use in public, is simply impractical.
An example of a tablet anti-theft device is a security lock and cable. One problem with this solution is that tablets often don't have security sockets, which means the cable needs to be fastened in some other way, such as with adhesive pads.
These are often permanent by necessity, causing damage and blemishes to appear on your tablets. Another issue is that cables often can't withstand some of the more aggressive shoplifting strategies, such as cut and run. These techniques are becoming more and more popular, and as tablets are often left unsupervised in public and semi-public spaces, the security lock and cable is not the perfect long-term solution.
Act before damage has been done!
Other tablet anti-theft devices such as alarms or kill switches don't do anything to deter thieves in public spaces, as by the time they activate, the damage is done and the thief is long gone. At Gripzo, we believe we have developed the ultimate tablet anti-theft device.
The Gripzo Gorilla grips are durable and secure, preventing cut and run techniques entirely, yet is easy to lock and unlock. Which means it's easy to stay mobile and use your tablet on the move. The grips are also compatible with many different tablet sizes and brands, which mean it's a perfect investment in the future.