LocknCharge’s Carrier 20 Cart™ Best of Show
Winner of Tech and Learning’s Best of Show 2015 at ISTE
Compact Cart for Charging & Securing Almost Any Device
In its second year, the awards program honors standout products at ISTE. Educators severed as judges and they rated their impressions of the products on a sliding scale evaluating quality, effectiveness, ease of use and creative use of technology. Winners of Best of Show were ultimately those that would have the most impact in the classroom.
“We’re thrilled the Carrier 20 won the Best of Show award this year. It serves as a tribute to the commitment we have to designing products that make educator’s lives easier,” says US President Steve Ledbetter.
The new, compact Carrier 20 Cart is designed for small classroom spaces and easy transporting of devices through tight hallways. The Cart can efficiently store and simultaneously charge as many as 20 mobile devices at once. The universal Cart gives schools flexibility, since it works with iPad®, iPad Air™ or iPad Mini™ devices and most other tablets, laptops and Chromebooks. Featuring Baskets by LocknCharge, the Cart provides portability for mobile devices that traditional cabinets do not. Baskets allow for devices to be distributed to a classroom in a fraction of the time; this equals more time utilizing the technology and less time standing in line for devices.
Teachers or IT administrators can easily secure the Cart and keep their devices safe at the end of the school day. The Cart features secure doors that have two locking points to protect the school’s valuable mobile technology investment safely inside. The Cart can also be chained to the floor overnight, with the included floor anchor, locking it in place so it can’t be moved or stolen.
LocknCharge designs and manufactures Carts, charging stations and lockers that secure, sync, and charge mobile devices. LocknCharge is a global company with headquarters in Perth, Western Australia, and our US headquarters is in Madison, WI. The company was founded in 1999, at the home of Paul Symons, now co-owner, director and product designer for LocknCharge. As a schoolteacher in Perth, Paul identified a need in the market after seeing computers being stolen on a weekly basis. He created a solution for securing desktop computers, which went on to have a radical impact on reducing computer theft throughout Australia. Since our beginnings in Perth, we’ve expanded globally to help make our customers lives easier by developing mobile device management products that take the workflow of a classroom into consideration.