NZXT Bunker Pro Reviews
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"The NZXT Bunker is a great physical computer security accessory for a mere $24.99 MSRP. If your computer is located in a public location, this investment is well justified."
"The NZXT Bunker allows you to securely connect up to 4 USB devices to your rig while keeping them safe from theft."
"Ultimately, although I understand the purpose of the Bunker, and I can imagine the situations where this might be useful, I can't imagine those situations happening so often as to warrant a purchase. LAN parties should have more than enough people around to dissuade anyone but close friends from bothering your rig, and really, taking the entire rig would be much more useful and indeed more likely than snagging a mouse or keyboard. Living in a dorm might make this a useful purchase if you don't trust your room mate(s) or any of the people they might bring over, however, if that's the case, might I suggest talking to your room mate? The Bunker is something you have to decide is worthwhile. If there's a thievery problem in your dorm or with your room mates, the Bunker would be an interim , and should certainly be used in conjunction with side panel locks whether or not access to tools is available, if it is to be of any use."
"Retailing for about $25, the NZXT Bunker is a clean, simple tool to help protect your expensive gear, and is a good investment for the price. It's not Fort Knox, but it's a good deterrent."
"The NZXT Bunker is a nice little device that you should have, especially if you have a $100 keyboard, $100 mouse, and a large 64GB flash drive. I’ve gone to quite a few LAN parties and it’s sad, but I’ve seen keyboards, mice and other peripherals stolen. The NZXT Bunker is an easy way to make sure someone will not snatch your brand new gaming keyboard at a LAN party or other event. I also like that flash drives are able to be used and hidden with the Bunker system. No one is going to try and rip your keyboard or mouse out of your system if they are locked in the Bunker."