Because the dimensions of Chromebooks vary from brand to brand, you’ll want to be extra careful when selecting a charging cart for your fleet. One cart doesn’t necessarily fit all. Thus, we’ve designed two versions of the Chromebook Cart: one for the Samsung Chromebook
and one for the Lenovo Chromebook
. Let’s unpack the subtle yet important differences between the two.
Difference #1 – Bay Size
Because the Lenovo is markedly thicker than the Samsung– 1.3” width versus 0.7”– Anthro’s Chromebook carts have very different bay sizes. The Lenovo Charging Cart
(pictured on the left) has 1.75” wide bays, while the Chromebook Charging Cart
(pictured on the right) has smaller 1.25” wide bays. Again, make sure you choose a cart that specifically fits your device. A fleet of Lenovo Chromebooks won’t fit in the Chromebook Charging Cart
, but they’ll nestle nicely into the Lenovo Charging Cart
Difference #2 – IT-Area Size
Now let’s turn our attention to the back half of the cart. The Chromebook Charging Cart
(pictured on the right) has an IT area of 23”w x 6”d, which gives an IT professional more than enough room to house cords and adaptors, while keeping the cart’s footprint (29”w x 25”d) as small as possible. The Lenovo Charging Cart
(pictured on the left) has a bigger IT area of 31”w x 6”d, which makes cable management a breeze. There’s ample space to hold and manage the power adaptors and cords for an entire fleet of Lenovo Chromebooks.
Not all Chromebooks are created equal, so why would you want the same charging cart for different devices? Here at Anthro, we do our best to provide a unique solution for every device.
How can we help? What challenges are you experiencing with your Chromebook devices?
Not all Chromebooks are the same. In fact, a Chromebook is simply a laptop device that runs Google’s Chrome OS operating system. Many brands manufacture Chromebooks, including Samsung, Acer, HP and Lenovo, which gives consumers many choices when it comes to what hardware will run their Chrome OS.