We have 40 iPads to deploy on 2 carts of 20 each, with
Bretford PowerRacks for charging.
I couldn't quite justify spending $3K apiece for Apple's super-fancy carts
And we're using Casper so I don't need a "sync station" - just a secure way to charge & transport them around the building.
Something like this would be fine, if I could find one big enough for 2 PowerRacks.
(PowerRack footprint is 15" x 18"). Or we could reduce the cart footprint if the PowerRacks could go over-and-under instead of side-by-side.
Halfway tempted to get a plain open steel cart and weld some expanded metal to the sides for security.
Anyone have a great solution for this?
Luke Jaeger | Technology Coordinator
Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School
Last edited by misterfriendly; 18th June 2013 at 05:19 PM.
Get one cart and use it for all of them to sync, put a charging station in the classroom. Here in the US, the Bretford takes 30 and there is an optional upper deck for 10 more, see link PowerSync Cart for iPad | Apple Product Guide
I looked up the PowerRack, they are NOT compatible with 4th Generation iPads - Retina Display which have the lightening adapter. Why not get an APC power Strip with Surge protect as a charging station?
Last edited by Spiros123; 1st July 2013 at 03:11 AM.
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