Computrace LoJack for Laptops Premium Mac - 3 Years
Computrace LoJack for Laptops Premium Mac - 3 Years
LoJack for Laptops Premium is a theft recovery service with remote data and device protection, all backed by up to a $1000 Service Guarantee. The dedicated Theft Recovery Team will work to locate your Mac and get it back to you.
Get your laptop and your life back
If your protected computer is stolen, the Team uses the LoJack technology to track it, then works in parallel with local law enforcement to get it back in your hands.
Protect your vital data
As the data on your Mac can be as valuable as the Mac itself, LoJack for Laptops can help you remotely protect it from intruders and thieves. If your Mac is stolen or missing, you’ve got the power to remotely block access to it and the personal data it contains.
Stay in control of your data and identity
Use Data Delete to erase personal information and sensitive files remotely, blocking would-be thieves with a click. And you can prevent access to your Mac by freezing it remotely. Any attempt to use it displays a message from you on screen.
Geolocation to pinpoint your Mac
Geolocation can track your computer on an online map. It uses GPS or Wi-Fi to map your laptop’s current and past locations. Even when your laptop is safe and sound, you can see that LoJack for Laptops is on the case.
$1000 service guarantee
If the Team don’t recover your stolen computer or enable the Data Delete service, you could be eligible for a Service Guarantee payment of up to $1000. Conditions apply so please read the Service Agreement.
- Choose 1 year protection (Standard) or 3 years protection (Advanced)
- $1,000 Service Guarantee*
- More than 90% of the computers located with LoJack are recovered
- Patented software runs hidden in the background, and is nearly tamper-proof
- No additional hardware required
- Functions for both notebooks and desktops
- LoJack's recovery team is partnered with over 1,000 local law enforcement agencies and internet service providers across North America
Apple Recommends ForThe reassurance of Premium Protection for your Mac.
What's in the Box?
- LoJack installation CD Installation and Activation Instructions
- Mac OS X v10.3 through v10.8
- Macintosh system with PowerPC G3/G4/G5 or Intel Core Duo processor
- Internet connection
- Safari or Firefox web browser
- Mfr. Part Number: LJP-RE-P7-MAC-36
- UPC or EAN No.: 679857001005
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- *Certain conditions apply. For more details visit: http://www.lojackforlaptops.com/premium
Ratings & Reviews
LoJack DID NOT work for me!!!
After stupidly leaving my 4-month-old MacBook Pro 13.3 on an airplane I felt confident that I would either receive my recovered la After stupidly leaving my 4-month-old MacBook Pro 13.3 on an airplane I felt confident that I would either receive my recovered laptop or $1,000 compensation. I filed a police report as required and supposedly the investigation ensued. Due to fine print (lost/stolen outside the U.S.) I was not eligible for the compensation, and just had to hope that they could track down my property. In the few days following the event, the lucky new owner logged into the internet using my computer and LoJack was able to trace it: the laptop was still in Amsterdam. This, however, is where the search seemed to end. Apparently they needed more than those few log-ins, the associated IP address, and a police report to actually retrieve the laptop. The next step I was told was just to wait for more internet usage and hope that the thief would type some personal information into a website.
So either the new owner of my laptop has not logged in to the internet since January 31, 2010 (4 1/2 months ago as I'm writing this), or the hard drive has been replaced and I will probably never see it again.
Bottom Line: You're probably covered if you don't travel internationally with your computer and your thief isn't tech-savvy. …
- Written by Sam E from Seattle
990 of 1084 people found this useful
If you purchase this software and install it on your Mac in hopes of being able to trace your stolen computer. Keep this in mind i If you purchase this software and install it on your Mac in hopes of being able to trace your stolen computer. Keep this in mind if someone steals your computer and erases the hard drive they also erase the LoJack software and your computer will not be traceable.
I purchased this software for my son's MBP 2010 thinking I would be able recover it if stolen. It's been 3 months and no trace. The software needs to be installed in the computer's system Bios to be traceable. …
- Written by Todd M from Vancouver
625 of 667 people found this useful
A University colleague had his MBPro stolen from a clinic. The guilty party was located..on the campus! Pretty sad! A patient who A University colleague had his MBPro stolen from a clinic. The guilty party was located..on the campus! Pretty sad! A patient who was a student had taken the mac.
Of course not many people would guess that they have to remove the hard drive to clean up the device!
Based on this I load it up on our families Mac's...Get the University discount! …
- Written by Richard F from RIVERSIDE
303 of 377 people found this useful
Understand the product
Its unfortunate that some have reported unhappy experiences here for varying reasons. Some have mistaken the hard drive as the cr Its unfortunate that some have reported unhappy experiences here for varying reasons. Some have mistaken the hard drive as the cruz of the matter. The persistent agent behind Lojack is located in the firmware, not the hard drive. Each time the thief logs onto the net, a signal is sent to Absolute's team. The software install only turns on Absolute's "ears." It is not dependent on software on the HD. It cannot be defeated by removing/replacing/wiping the HD. …
- Written by lawrence M from Lakewood
15 of 18 people found this useful
They recovered my computer quickly!!!
- Written by Megan F from Lake oswego
3 of 5 people found this useful
Ugh, its alright
I had the LATE 2011, i had it for 2 months, someone stole my MacBook Pro 13.3 updated laptop, they only covered $1000 dollars of i I had the LATE 2011, i had it for 2 months, someone stole my MacBook Pro 13.3 updated laptop, they only covered $1000 dollars of it. i paid with all my softwares and everything 2600 dollars, so at least i got a part of what i paid... but i'd rather just get my laptop back. …
- Written by Dylan S from Ethridge
140 of 158 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
How is LoJack different from find my iPhone or find my Mac?
- Asked by Stuart C from Manvel
- Jun 21, 2012
So if LoJack gets deleted if the drive is wiped or formatted, how did it assist in finding your mac?
- Answered by Edward A from Yorktown
- Sep 11, 2012
How to install lojack on macbook pro retina without cdrom
- Asked by Rosemary C from New York
- Jun 16, 2014
What happens if your laptop is stolen abroad? Does LoJack work internationally?
- Asked by Tara T from New York
- Nov 11, 2009
Yes it does work internationally. As long as the laptop connects to the internet, they are able to t Yes it does work internationally. As long as the laptop connects to the internet, they are able to track and locate it anywhere in the world. In some countries, their success rate for recovery is higher than others because the law enforcement there is more cooperative. …
- Answered by Tyler B from Elk Grove
- Jan 19, 2010
can i enter to the data of my macbook from other computer if i have lojack on it?
- Asked by Connor M from Gloucester
- Mar 3, 2014
Whatever you can do without lojack installed you can do with lojack installed
- Answered by Michael B from Cedarhurst
- Mar 6, 2014
How can loJack be effective, if i have a password.... someone steals my laptop, they can't login to connect to the internet
- Asked by Arian F from Merced
- Aug 13, 2010
i just wanted to correct you, apple doesn't allow lo jack to be in the bios/flash memory... so if th i just wanted to correct you, apple doesn't allow lo jack to be in the bios/flash memory... so if they reformat the hard drive it will go away. I'm a professor at University of California, and i teach a course on security... i do a lab were they must install lo jack on a mac, and lo jack is just like any other program, it doesn't have any special bios/flash place where you can store it, if the hard drive gets reformatted...
So this is true if you have a password, so if your laptop is stolen it won't be able phone home, because the theft won't be able to login to the internet. …
- Answered by Arian F from Merced
- Oct 26, 2010