LocknCharge – empowering the next generation of mobile device management in aviation
Madison, WI (April, 2014) — Australian mobile device management equipment designer and manufacturer, PC Locs and its international brand LocknCharge, proudly announce their new Aero Drawer 16, next versions of the Aero Range tablet carts and a new iQ 30 Cart™ to support airlines’ inflight entertainment deployments and paperless operations.
The enhanced Aero Range of tablet trolleys, new Aero Drawer 16 and the new iQ 30 Cart for iPad® simplify mobile device management both on and off planes.
James Symons, CEO of LocknCharge, says “our passionate team creates innovative products by designing them to solve the problems of charging, transporting, securing, and syncing large deployments of mobile devices. Whether it is the classroom, an aircraft hanger, or cruising at 35,000 feet, our mission is to play a critical role in making our customers lives easier. We’re proud of our Aero range of products and excited to show them at the Aircraft Interiors Event in Hamburg.”
Well it turns out that you’re not the only one.
With so many options available, varying prices, different specifications… how do you know which device is best for you or your work place? And if you’re purchasing on behalf of a school or a business that is rolling out devices for staff and students there’s the added factor of thinking about secure charging and possibly syncing.
« Even for people that use a tablet a lot for serious work — say, to write an essay — they might say they need to go back to a physical keyboard, but the real question is if the tablet has enough screen real estate to see the keyboard and the content being worked on, so it’s not just physical keyboard or virtual, but how much real estate the virtual keyboard gets. » – quote from an article by Matt Hamblen from Computer World. Click here to read the full article.
The good news is that physical management of the devices is now easier as LocknCharge have a range of solutions that can cater for varying sizes and syncing and charging requirements. Now all you need to do if pick one
Gartner expects that 2014 will be a massive year for Tablet sales – 39 percent, whilst laptops will decline by an estimated 6 percent.
Gartner expects 276.7 million PCs to ship to retailers in 2014, a figure that will slip further to 263 million units in 2015. In recent years, two-thirds of laptop and desktop owners have replaced their hardware with updated models; of the remaining third, most replaced their old machines with tablets and tablet hybrids, with a smaller number not buying replacements of any kind, said Ranjit Atwal, a Gartner analyst.