If your school has a 1:1 device program or they’re thinking about switching to a 1:1 device program, power and charging is one of the biggest concerns. For a 1:1 device program to be effective the devices need to be charged and ready to go for the entire school day. They need to be stored out of reach of wandering hands and kept in the best conditions possible. Charging carts can be fun but when it comes to reliable storage, charging and cable management towers from PowerGistics may be the answer.
Whether you’re charging 8 devices or 100 devices PowerGistics has a tower option that will store and charge your devices in a safe, reliable environment.
PowerGistics has storage and charging solutions for devices from iPad Mini’s to full sized laptops. They’re all made of sturdy, durable aluminum and stainless steel and are set up to make charging and storage a breeze. Not only that but with PowerGistics design it’s easy for a teacher to do a quick visual inventory of devices from 8 to 20. Their slim wall mounted profile take up a lot less space than carts. They also add another element of theft protection, you can’t roll 20 devices out the front door, when they’re securely stored on the wall.
PowerGistics towers come in 8, 12, 16 and 20 device configurations. The standard model Towers are good for devices up to 11″ while the Tower plus series can support devices up to 14″, perfect for Chromebooks. PowerGistics has set up cord management so after your initial install you’ll never have to fiddle with a long, tangled or frayed cord again. At the end of the day, devices are returned to the tower and plugged to charge in minutes. Students can easily remove their device from the Tower and return it, provided they can reach the shelves. They also look great on the wall of your classrooms.
If you’re preparing for a 1:1 deployment or you’re ready to store the cart forever, visit with PowerGistics at FETC 2018 in Orlando, January 23-26th, booth #153 and at TCEA 2018 in Austin, February 5-9th, booth #1623 and online at powergistics.com
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