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Kensington anticipates the needs and challenges of the ever-evolving workplace and craft professional-tier award-winning solutions for organizations committed to providing peak professionals the tools they need to thrive.

Trusted for more than 35 years as The Professionals’ Choice, Kensington prides itself on three timeless core values:


Through meticulous research, design, and engineering, Kensington solutions meet the ever-changing performance and compatibility needs of today’s professional.


The Kensington Engineering team has three decades of experience in high-volume manufacturing of hardware IT products. Rigorous test cycles and quality control means all products are tested above industry standards.


Kensington’s clients are around the world, and include companies large and small. Every customer is treated as a top-tier professional, no exceptions.



From the first computer cable lock, to biometrics and electronic locking, Kensington will keep your devices where they belong


With Kensington universal docking solutions, a singe cable is all it takes to get a full desktop experience from your laptop


At Kensington, they take pride in making today’s essential business tools efficient, effective, and easy to use. 


Kensington wants to help you be comfortable at work to continue doing the things you love outside of work. That means we need to be comfortable, and we need movement. Research shows that people are healthier and happier when they’re more active. Kensington ergonomic products like monitor arms, sit/stand desks, and footrests adapt to changing comfort levels throughout the day.

(Source: GDPR Compliance: Why Physical security Matters,Kensington, 2018)

Lower and Upper Body Fit

Staying focused on work is easier when your work is right in front of you. And staying productive is easier when your posture is correct and comfortable. Kensington help keep eyes in line with monitors, wrists in line with the bodies, and people in line with wellness.

When your lower body is supported properly, it can provide crucial support to your lower back, hips, legs, and ankles – critical to overall health, and imperative for optimal performance in the office (and out).


How to stay productive when you work from home

Read more tips on how to stay productive in your home office. Stretch guide included.

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