I'm about to move an old home laptop (Macbook Pro Late 2013) onto my office on campus, and I'm planning on drilling a hole into a desk there to run a security cable through the hole, then attach it or lock it to the laptop so it doesn't go wandering. (We had a laptop stolen from a teacher's office about four years ago, and I don't want to risk that). Any recommendations on the best lock/cable device to buy and any commentary on ease of use? I don't care if the cable unlocks via a key or via a combination lock, but I am worried about how easily I can attach the dang thing to the body of the laptop without damaging it. (Your submitter is not a terribly mechanically inclined guy.) Also, I'm not particularly worried about how tough the cable is. The cable is primarily to prevent casual opportunity-theft by passers-by. If a determined thief actually had unrestricted, long-term access to my office, he could easily take a saw and cut through the body of the wooden desk, so the cable strength or toughness is not a key factor.