is there a lock on the device similar to laptops?

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  1. dannieboiz

    dannieboiz New Member

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    I don't mean the OS lock but a hardware lock hole where I can strap it to the table?
     
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    Nope. When I need to leave it at my work desk, I either put it in my desk drawer or I hide it inside a manila envelope and cover it with paper.
     
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    The manila envelope trick is pretty funny--and amazing. When the SP2 works (sorta iffy sometimes...) the amount of computing power in a (relatively) tiny package is truly astonishing.

    Don't know though, if I were putting the SP2 into a flammable container, I would probably want to make sure it's off. Yeah, the sleep, running hot problems have probably been fixed with recent FW/driver updates, but I'm not fully trusting the SP2 just yet.
     
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    Why leave it there? why not wrap it in toilet paper and put it in a dumpster?
     
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    I put mine in a Tampon bag... ain't no one nicking that!
     
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