What’s better than even the best cases designed to protect laptops, tablets and other hardware deployed across our country’s K-12 schools? How about a technology company that provides Chromebooks, and convertible tablets for education.
CTL specializes in education and their Chromebooks, tablets and monitors are designed to meet the rigorous demands that our K-12 student population puts on hardware and devices.
Their CTL NL61 Rugged Chromebook is the perfect Chromebook for 1:1 deployments, especially in situations where the devices are being sent home with students everyday. It starts with reinforced bumpers designed to protect the Chromebook’s LED display, even from shock drops where the display doesn’t crack but the drop permanently damages the screen. CTL adds in reinforced ports, a water resistant keyboard, and even a non-slip texture so they won’t slip off the desk or work space. The CTL NL61 comes with a low profile handle making it easy for students to carry from class to class and from home to school.
CTL’s J5 Convertible Chromebook gives schools a versatile device that can be used in laptop or tablet positioning. This is the perfect device for in class collaborations and for students to take home and type long papers. Speaking of long, the CTL J5 Convertible Chromebook has a 10 hour battery life which means it doesn’t have to be charged during the school day, eliminating headaches for teachers and IT staff. It also features a water resistant keyboard, non slip texture and drop resistant design.
CTL also offer the Anthro YES cart which has space for up to 36 devices. The cart fits Chromebooks, ultrabooks, notebooks, Macbooks, tablets and readers. It’s also the perfect cart for BYOD environments where there are several types of hardware. And of course, it’s the perfect place to store any of CTL’s Chromebooks or tablets, making CTL a one stop shop for deployment.
Finally CTL knows that schools rely on their technology that’s why they offer a best in class warranty which includes 2-way shipping. They also know that time is of the essence and in most cases, get equipment back to the school in record time.
Yes, the one thing better than cases designed to protect devices for education, is devices for education designed to protect themselves. Check out CTL at FETC in Orlando, January 23-26th, booth #1155 and online at ctl.net