If you frequently attend LAN gaming events, share common living space or otherwise have reason to leave your computer in a public area, one thing you're likely concerned with is theft. The likelihood that someone could walk off unnoticed with your case under their arm may be slim, however peripherals such as keyboards and mice are much more susceptible. There are some cases, like our recently reviewed Thermaltake Armor A60
, that incorporate locks for securing your USB devices. However models that offer this feature are few and far between, and most users will not want to limit their choice of case to the handful that have built-in protection.
NZXT has come up with a solution to this problem with their Bunker USB Locking Device. Compatible with any case that has a free 5¼" external drive bay, the Bunker offers four USB 2.0 ports that can be locked down to prevent the devices from being unplugged. Connectivity is provided via internal motherboard USB header, and the locking mechanism can accommodate USB heads up to 1.6" in length, including flash drives that fall within that range.
Join us as we take a closer look at the NZXT Bunker USB Locking Device.