Griffin has released their new TechSafe Case for the iPad 2 this week. It’s actually a case plus a lock-down system intended to keep your iPad 2 secure while you’re on the go.
The case itself is said to be a good, protective one and also offers this handy extra functionality:
… the TechSafe Case locks around your iPad and provides a secure anchor point for the included 4-digit combination-lock security cable. Key in the code, press the lock’s plunger, and it instantly releases tablet and case for carrying; it’s the perfect balance of security and convenience. Griffin provides online storage for your unique 4-digit combination-lock code. Store your code, accessible only by you, at GriffinTechnology.com, and retrieve it anytime.
The TechSafe goes for $79 and is available to order now at Griffin’s product page for it.
I’m not sure a lot of home users are going to want or need this level of protection, but it may have good potential with companies deploying iPads. What do you all think? Does your iPad need this sort of protection?