Of all the Apple stuff I’ve ever owned, only an iPod Mini and my beloved 3rd-Gen iPod and maybe a few stickers have ever been stolen; I consider myself lucky. If MacBook Pros come with slots to keep them locked down, why not the iPad? Griffin says “why not, indeed” with their new TechSafe Case ($80).
The case comes with a polycarbonate case — which has two foldout stands for both portrait and landscape viewing — a cable and a combination lock; the case itself has a slot that anchor the cable and four-digit lock. The combo for the lock can be stored at griffintechnology.com if you’re prone to forgetting stuff.