Published on November 16th,2006 at 9:00 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

The earthquake-proof security PADs for geeks

This news may not be of interest for everybody, but a geek should be able to confront any situation. My duty is to inform, and present these PADs to secure your desk, computer and screen without glue or nails.
In fact, these kinds of PADs already exist in Japan for other applications, namely attach furniture or TVs to the floor or walls. At NihonCar, we use these to attach the cameras on the dashboard of our test cars.



Via Elecom
Category Pc
              
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Comments
 

  • Jimmy

    What are they called? where can we get them?

  • http://www.akihabaranews.com Daimaou

    Dave, Well if you are in Japan you can find those stuff at Yodobashi for example, now overseas that may be hard. But in what are in interested in? The Pad themselves or the all system?

  • Shenanigans

    Found the page on the Elecom Japan web site where they show all the different versions of this product:

    http://www2.elecom.co.jp/accessory/safety/index.asp

    I can not read Japanese, but you can glean quite a bit if information from the images in this case.

  • Shenanigans

    Still getting use to this commenting system. Sorry for the typos earlier and here is the link again: http://www2.elecom.co.jp/accessory/safety/index.asp

 

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