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Anti Theft Product Helps Recover Stolen Laptop Computers

June 7, 2004

nTracker, from Synet is a new anti-theft laptop tracking, recovery and data protection system that installs on any laptop computer running Windows states Craig Crossman host of The Computer America Show and syndicated newspaper columnist.

(PRWEB) May 26, 2004 -- A laptop computer is an expensive piece of equipment and thieves love them. Over a million laptops are reported lost or stolen every year. What's even more distressing is that according to the FBI, less than 2 percent of them are ever recovered.

And while the loss of this valuable equipment is bad enough, consider the likelihood that the owners of these stolen computers may be even more distressed about the loss of their stored data. Many times, the data residing on the stolen laptop proves to be even more valuable to its owner than the laptop itself.

Wouldn't it be great if there was some way you could track your stolen laptop much like you can track a stolen vehicle these days? After all, there's equipment such as LoJack and services like OnStar you can either buy or elect to have installed as a factory option onto a new car.

These anti-theft products and services can pinpoint an automobile's location so that law enforcement agencies can move in, make arrests and recover your stolen property. If you fear the loss of your mobile computer and you want to do something to catch a thief, there is an anti-theft and tracking product you can buy.

nTracker, from Synet is a new anti-theft laptop tracking, recovery and data protection system that you can install on any mobile computer running Windows.

The source of this news release is PRWeb.


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