By propelling new and innovative products that are backed by years of experience and engineering design concepts – we will continue to be a worldwide leader in computer security.
Novato, CA (PRWEB) January 11, 2006
Royal Locks, designer and manufacturer of PC security products, announce their revolutionary interchangeable code cylinder lock.
Building on their success as the only computer lock manufacturer in the world with the exclusive miniature push-button lock technology, Royal Locks introduces a reprogrammable key code cylinder.
This new revolutionary code changing system will allow from 200 to 3000 interchangeable key codes in one lock. No longer will IT Managers have to carry around a monster keychain to access the locked down systems in their environment.
“This technology will put us in the forefront of today’s PC security market,” says Jane Ratto, founder of Royal Locks “By propelling new and innovative products that are backed by years of experience and engineering design concepts – we will continue to be a worldwide leader in computer security.”
Corporate, Education, and Government markets require a security strategy with a multi-level keying system that is unique to their organization. With this technology Royal Locks can also offer a master key system-customer’s exclusive series.
Royal Locks is proud to offer a new standard in computer security.
Further details about this exciting new technology and other products offered by Royal Locks please visit their website at http://www.royallocks.com. Information can also be obtained by contacting the corporate headquarters in Novato, California at (888)-335-5562.
About Royal Locks
Royal Locks is a worldwide leader in computer security that designs and manufacturer’s universal custom locks for Apple, Dell, HP, and Gateway. The Royal PC & Monitor Lock help to protect internal components on all computers includes a flat panel monitor hook up, and a cable management feature to secure peripherals like keyboard, mouse, speakers, and USB.
Royal Locks feature an all-in-one security package that protects the computer, flat panel monitor, and peripherals.
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