idb sesame

The Sesame 2 automatically locks your Mac as soon as you walk away, providing peace of mind and security, as well as protection against fraud and other malicious attacks. Better yet, it automatically unlocks your Mac when you return for a quick and convenient privacy solution.

The Sesame 2 enables you to customize its parameters, providing bespoke security solutions for the house, office or coffee shop. Utilizing the clear, simple and accessible interface, you’ll be is in control: whether it’s 5 or 50 feet, with the Sesame 2, you can lock down your Mac according to your schedule.

idb sesame 2

Its sleek and ergonomic design makes the Sesame 2 both fashionable and functional. It also comes packaged with a user guide, key-ring and battery, enabling you stay safe straight-away.

Whether it’s attached to your key-chain or just slipped into your pocket, the Sesame 2 provides convenient protection without compromise.  At just $29, the Sesame 2 is 25% off through iDownloadBlog Deals, a nice discount on the retail price. Check out the deal.

Note the Sesame 2 is only applicable for the following devices:

  • iMac – Late 2012 and newer
  • MacBook Air – Mid-2011 and newer
  • MacBook Pro – Mid 2012 and newer
  • Mac Mini – Mid 2011 and newer
  • Mac Pro – Late 2013
  • OS X – 10.9 and 10.10.x

Get the Sesame 2 in the iDB Deals store.

  • Joshua The-Legend Wiebe

    No thanks, there’s a tweak for this.

    • DanielRojass

      What is it?

      • Joshua The-Legend Wiebe

        I forget the name TBH, but it does use bluetooth and touch ID. You can adjust it to where it will auto lock your mac once bluetooth is out of range.

    • Alright Alright Alrigh

      What is it?? lol

    • I hear you. The one downside with tweaks is that they require a jailbreak, so what happens when you get a new iPhone or upgrade to newer software?

      I said that before on Let’s Talk Jailbreak, but if there are any ways I can do something with an app or accessory, rather than using a tweak, I’ll go that route because in the long run, it always wins.

      • Joshua The-Legend Wiebe

        I see, Sebastien, so answer me this, you buy all this new hardware and software, then a New jailbreak is released enabling that functionality for free, would’t you feel a little stupid buying something when you could’ve waited a little longer to get something essentially the same thing? IMO.

      • I get your point and I don’t necessarily disagree with it. I’m just saying that some people, including me, don’t mind paying to have something now that will work tomorrow, even though there is a “possibility” that I might get it for free at some point.

      • Niclas

        You forget a few things… That tweak drains your battery. The tweak can affect your stability (as all tweaks). Possibly the tweak project might get abandoned.
        If your phone is out of battery this solution still works.
        Etc. etc.

  • Oscar Perez

    MacID can do this too.