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Field Report: The “Ledge” Lock For MacBook Pro Owners

Above: My MacBook Pro in the photo workroom, secured with “The Ledge” and cable lock. A couple of weeks ago I covered the Bucs home game vs. the LA Rams, and I tried out a new lock for my MacBook Pro Retina laptop called “The Ledge” from (while I’m out on the field, my laptop is back […] The post Field Report: The “Ledge” Lock For MacBook Pro Owners appeared first on Scott Kelby's Photoshop Insider.
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