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Laptop theft alarm. (Marketplace).

The IT-Woofa antitheft laptop alarm designed by Daytan Projects (Pty) Ltd. is now available from Secure-It, Inc., of East Longmeadow, Massachusetts. The alarm includes an intelligent motion sensor, which is armed remotely. It can be attached to anything in seconds, but it is impossible to remove without triggering the penetrating, high-pitched siren. There are five siren tones to choose from, and volume and sensitivity settings can be adjusted. The CD-size device is unobtrusive and lightweight and cannot be separated from a laptop or other item. The key-chain remote control also has a panic button, and the device has a low-battery warning light.

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Date:Sep 1, 2002
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