There really is not much not to dislike about this Bunker as it does what it sets out to do. The fact that it not only gives you four additional USB 2.0 ports with a lockable door is what makes the Bunker standout from the rest of the pack of USB hubs. If you look at the Bunker as a lockable USB expansion hub then it’s a much more useful product and investment of money.
I suppose someone with a rachet and a great deal of determination could break into the Bunker. It’s not a failproof safe, after all. If you don’t lock your side panels then the Bunker won’t be effective; it can be opened or removed. But if you lock your mouse, for example, and leave your case open, then you have bigger problems to worry about. But it will certainly avoid any loose-fingered LAN party-goers, and slow down anyone who’s foolish enough to cause a ruckus.
Retailing for about $25, the NZXT Bunker is a clean, simple tool to help protect your expensive gear, and is a good investment for the price. It’s not Fort Knox, but it’s a good deterrent.