Installing the Bunker in your system is very easy, it is just like installing any other 5.25-inch bay device. We will be installing the Bunker into the Antec Six Hundred V2 Case. So we just take off the front bezel, slide the Bunker in, secure it with screws and we are good to go. Don’t forget to plug in the USB connection to your motherboard. The included cable was more than long enough to reach down to the bottom of our motherboard.
I decided to use the Bunker for my keyboard, mouse and a flash drive. I first had my flash drive installed into the far right USB port. This caused an issue as the door on the Bunker would not close, so I had to install it on the far left. After you have your devices connected just close the door and lock it.
The NZXT Bunker is a nice little device that you should have, especially if you have a $100 keyboard, $100 mouse, and a large 64GB flash drive. I’ve gone to quite a few LAN parties and it’s sad, but I’ve seen keyboards, mice and other peripherals stolen. The NZXT Bunker is an easy way to make sure someone will not snatch your brand new gaming keyboard at a LAN party or other event. I also like that flash drives are able to be used and hidden with the Bunker system. No one is going to try and rip your keyboard or mouse out of your system if they are locked in the Bunker.
The Bunker is a simple device that does exactly what it is supposed to do. I’m surprised we haven’t seen something like this sooner. The Bunker sells for $24.99 at my favorite online retailer. This small investment can save your well over $100 if someone steals your peripherals at a LAN party. Overall ThinkComputers gives the NZXT Bunker USB Locking Device a 9 out of 10 score and our Recommended Award!
– Simple and easy to use device
– Locks devices securely
– Adds 4 more USB ports
– Larger flash drives might not fit