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    Hello Everyone!

    My DH has asked me to look for a Cupboard that can house 6-24 laptops. Now this would have to have charging capabilities obviously and maybe a wireless access point too. I would like it to be fixed so it isnt just a trolly as they will be staying in 1 room. Does anyone have any suggestions where I can find such a thing?

    Many thanks

    Lewis

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    Ambassador | Static Laptop Cabinets | Lapsafe is the only one I would consider... not cheap but amazing build quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_ View Post
    Ambassador | Static Laptop Cabinets | Lapsafe is the only one I would consider... not cheap but amazing build quality.
    great recomendation Ric,

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    Quote Originally Posted by L_Smith View Post
    My DH has asked me to look for a Cupboard that can house 6-24 laptops.
    At the cheaper end of the market, a standard metal filing cabinet should fit most laptops. Put foam in the bottom of each drawer and rig up a frame of some kind made to fit the standard suspended dividor rails. Put the power supplies inside the cabinet and cable-tie the leads so everything is neat and tidy inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    At the cheaper end of the market, a standard metal filing cabinet should fit most laptops. Put foam in the bottom of each drawer and rig up a frame of some kind made to fit the standard suspended dividor rails. Put the power supplies inside the cabinet and cable-tie the leads so everything is neat and tidy inside.

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    Many thanks for the advice but im after something that speciffically designed for that purpose. I did think about a metal filing cabinet but im not keen on how secure they are.

    Lewis

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