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    Hi, was wondering if anyone could recommend to me a supplier of laptop trolleys big enough to hold 20 laptops but without the need for any charging ability. Our old trolley has finally broken and I have looked everywhere on the internet and can't seem to find anyone who supplies them without any sockets or wiring as all they need to be is moved between science labs which have their own power sockets. Thanks in advance.

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    We supply Lapsafe, Lap Cabby and the rest. If you let me know what laptops you want to put in it, i'll pop you a quote over. Just to make sure they are compatible

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    Hello.

    We bought this ones about a year ago and we are delighted...
    Laptop Cart | Uno Cart | Laptop Trolley | LapSafe

    You put the laptop own charger, so they were cheaper since no extra fancy chargers were needed.
    The doors alre also fully open, at least in the model we bought (16) I have seen sometrolleys where the doors are partially open and that is a pain when students are getting the laptops in and out. The laptops are also stored flat which I in my opinion keeping them in their natural position helped to avid userr banging them against the trolley.
    In my oppinion they are also easy to manouvre.
    I hope it helps...

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    Laptop Trolley

    Thanks for these suggestions, the Sahara Trolley is definitely along the right lines, being not powered, but is too big as only needs to be for 20 laptops and the science technician would struggle to move this about I think. Any other ideas then please let me know.

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