Noble Locks

Computer and tablet security system maker Noble Locks used the 2014 CES to preview an upcoming digital combination lock (est. $50-$70), which in addition to a traditional key-based unlocking system will be capable of being digitally unlocked using a computer or iOS device—just connect a USB cable to the lock, send over the password, and the lock will open.

Noble Locks
The company suggests that the digital lock will be useful for IT departments managing multiple computers — an unauthorized or authorized user who wants to unlock the computer’s lock will be able to contact the IT department and request an unlocking code from afar.

Noble Locks
The company suggests that the digital lock will be useful for IT departments managing multiple computers — an unauthorized or authorized user who wants to unlock the computer’s lock will be able to contact the IT department and request an unlocking code from afar.

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