The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010 Under: Home
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer televisions are made with much larger screens but they are also lighter and easier to carry. Which makes the potential for one being stolen even greater because of its transportable ease.

Even when a screen or tv is mounted it still does not provide the anti-theft protection needed. Many newer flat screen model tv's still do not have a safety feature lock similar to computers or monitors to prevent them from being stolen. So what device will assist those who own newer flat screen televisions without safety lock features?

IDEA:

The HDMI safety lock. This lock cable attaches securely to an HDMI output and includes a spare HDMI hub so that you will not lose any of your HDMI connectors. The HDMI safety combination lock goes securely into the HDMI port and locks. All you need to do is take one end of the lock and secure it around your tv stand or mount and then plug in the HDMI lock into the HDMI port and then lock it. This would prevent theives from simply taking your television. Most of all your video investment is secure knowing that it would take a lot more than a lock pick to pry your tv from your home. So give yourself peace of mind with the HDMI safety lock.

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The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010 Under: Home
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer televisions are made with much larger screens but they are also lighter and easier to carry. Which makes the potential for one being stolen even greater because of its transportable ease.

Even when a screen or tv is mounted it still does not provide the anti-theft protection needed. Many newer flat screen model tv's still do not have a safety feature lock similar to computers or monitors to prevent them from being stolen. So what device will assist those who own newer flat screen televisions without safety lock features?

IDEA:

The HDMI safety lock. This lock cable attaches securely to an HDMI output and includes a spare HDMI hub so that you will not lose any of your HDMI connectors. The HDMI safety combination lock goes securely into the HDMI port and locks. All you need to do is take one end of the lock and secure it around your tv stand or mount and then plug in the HDMI lock into the HDMI port and then lock it. This would prevent theives from simply taking your television. Most of all your video investment is secure knowing that it would take a lot more than a lock pick to pry your tv from your home. So give yourself peace of mind with the HDMI safety lock.

In : Home 



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The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010 Under: Home
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer televisions are made with much larger screens but they are also lighter and easier to carry. Which makes the potential for one being stolen even greater because of its transportable ease.

Even when a screen or tv is mounted it still does not provide the anti-theft protection needed. Many newer flat screen model tv's still do not have a safety feature lock similar to computers or monitors to prevent them from being stolen. So what device will assist those who own newer flat screen televisions without safety lock features?

IDEA:

The HDMI safety lock. This lock cable attaches securely to an HDMI output and includes a spare HDMI hub so that you will not lose any of your HDMI connectors. The HDMI safety combination lock goes securely into the HDMI port and locks. All you need to do is take one end of the lock and secure it around your tv stand or mount and then plug in the HDMI lock into the HDMI port and then lock it. This would prevent theives from simply taking your television. Most of all your video investment is secure knowing that it would take a lot more than a lock pick to pry your tv from your home. So give yourself peace of mind with the HDMI safety lock.

In : Home 



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The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010 Under: Home
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer televisions are made with much larger screens but they are also lighter and easier to carry. Which makes the potential for one being stolen even greater because of its transportable ease.

Even when a screen or tv is mounted it still does not provide the anti-theft protection needed. Many newer flat screen model tv's still do not have a safety feature lock similar to computers or monitors to prevent them from being stolen. So what device will assist those who own newer flat screen televisions without safety lock features?

IDEA:

The HDMI safety lock. This lock cable attaches securely to an HDMI output and includes a spare HDMI hub so that you will not lose any of your HDMI connectors. The HDMI safety combination lock goes securely into the HDMI port and locks. All you need to do is take one end of the lock and secure it around your tv stand or mount and then plug in the HDMI lock into the HDMI port and then lock it. This would prevent theives from simply taking your television. Most of all your video investment is secure knowing that it would take a lot more than a lock pick to pry your tv from your home. So give yourself peace of mind with the HDMI safety lock.

In : Home 



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The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010 Under: Home
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer televisions are made with much larger screens but they are also lighter and easier to carry. Which makes the potential for one being stolen even greater because of its transportable ease.

Even when a screen or tv is mounted it still does not provide the anti-theft protection needed. Many newer flat screen model tv's still do not have a safety feature lock similar to computers or monitors to prevent them from being stolen. So what device will assist those who own newer flat screen televisions without safety lock features?

IDEA:

The HDMI safety lock. This lock cable attaches securely to an HDMI output and includes a spare HDMI hub so that you will not lose any of your HDMI connectors. The HDMI safety combination lock goes securely into the HDMI port and locks. All you need to do is take one end of the lock and secure it around your tv stand or mount and then plug in the HDMI lock into the HDMI port and then lock it. This would prevent theives from simply taking your television. Most of all your video investment is secure knowing that it would take a lot more than a lock pick to pry your tv from your home. So give yourself peace of mind with the HDMI safety lock.

In : Home 



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