Latest charging cart offers teachers a complete storage solution to reduce distribution time in the classroom.
London, UK – 22 July 2014 – LocknCharge, the mobile device management company, has launched its latest Carrier 40 Cart to help drive the reduction of mobile device distribution time in the classroom. Mobile education is opening up new opportunities for students to learn across the UK, but is increasing the burden on teachers who have to spend time distributing, maintaining and charging mobile devices whilst they should be teaching.
This new addition to the LocknCharge portfolio has been designed as a complete storage solution for the security, charging and transport of up to 40 Chromebooks, tablets and iPads, making it easier for teachers to maintain mobile devices for learning.
Are you having problems syncing more than 25 devices with your Cart? With LocknCharge, you’ll never have these problems. And if you do…. we’ll find a solution.
In June 2013, a range of Apple products incorporated the new 4th Generation Intel Core vPro Processors (Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7). The new 4th Generation Intel Core vPro Processor products limits the number of devices which can be connected via their USB ports to a maximum of 25.
So what does all this mean?
For many manufacturers of charging and syncing carts, cabinets and cases, this is a major problem as it defeats the purpose of having a product that syncs and charges on mass.
LocknCharge products (New iQ 30 Cart™, iQ 16 Cart™, iQ Travel Case 20™, iQ Wall Cages™ and the iQ Sync Charge Box™) are not affected as they incorporate intelligent Cambrionix electronics. The intelligent electronics means that LocknCharge products have the capabilities to update and upgrade the software to allow for syncing beyond 25 devices.
Simply download the update from the link below, follow the instructions and carry on syncing and charging.
LocknCharge… it just makes life easier.