If you're really, really serious about keeping prying hands off your laptop

We can't think of too many people who would risk checking their e-mail on your laptop with this laptop finger trap installed.

Computer security gets a new meaning in this mockup from Yanko Design, a "Web magazine dedicated to introducing the best modern international design." We can't think of too many people who would risk checking their e-mail on your laptop with this laptop finger trap installed.

The designer calls it "an analog extension is used for deterrence of unsolicited use of your own laptop." We call it the new No. 1 item on our stocking stuffer holiday gift list.

Yanko Design
Yanko Design

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