Magazine article Technology & Learning

Anthro-Charging Cart for Tablets

Magazine article Technology & Learning

Anthro-Charging Cart for Tablets

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The Anthro Charging Cart holds 40 devices in four rows of ten bays. With 10 in a row, it's easy to see from a distance which units are docked and which are in use. Stacking in four rows gives the cart a small footprint.

Quality and Effectiveness: The Tablet Charging Cart works for both iPad and Android devices (this reviewer uses iPads). It is a great addition to a classroom that has 1-40 iPads (the cart charges all 40 iPads at one time). The cart uses just one outlet to charge all 40 iPads and each iPad can stay in its case while charging. The cart charges 10 iPads in 3-5 hours, giving the iPads a full 10-hour charge. It can easily move around the room, allowing teachers to use the cart as a lecturn

Ease of Use: The cart has two doors that lock on either side and you can add a lock for extra security. One side has the outlets and room to store peripherals such as a VGA adaptor, stylus, etc. The other door has individual compartments where the iPads slide in.

Users may want to color code their adaptors so when removing the iPads, they know what plug goes to which iPad. The Getting Started instructions include information on power usage, cable management, and doors and locks. …

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