Do you have limited room to store your devices? Save valuable space with our budget-friendly Tablet Charging Cabinet, which charges and stores a mixture of tablets, smartphones and handheld devices. Mount the cabinet to the wall or countertop. Secret hack: remove the top shelf of the 16-unit cabinet and it becomes an 8-unit cabinet for mini-laptops. These first-generation cabinets will be discontinued June 2015.
Anthro’s Charging Cabinet holds up to 20 devices in a compact space (21”w x 12”d x 24”h) to save you room. Keyed locks on each door protect your devices. For added security, mount it to your wall with the enclosed hardware. Or bolt it to your countertop or shelf!
Mix and match any size, variety and manufacturer of tablets, smartphones and handheld devices in a single cabinet to charge and store them together. Need to support mini-laptops? No problem; just remove the top shelf of the 16-unit cabinet to create the 8-unit cabinet you need!
Quickly connect devices to cords positioned at the front of each bay. You set the amount of slack so cords aren’t strained when devices are docked. The cable channel along the top of the ABS polymer divider routes cords to the IT area. Cords are bundled and the power adapter is plugged in, tangle-free.
IT pros route and organize cords and transformers in their own locking area on the side of the cabinet. A single cabinet supports different types of devices from many manufacturers. Simply route the cords at set-up and set the amount of slack at the front of the bay so cords aren’t strained when devices are docked.
Does it sync? Absolutely! Use either your facility's wireless network or, for a wired connection, use one of Anthro's two USB Sync Kits (sold separately). The kits come with one 10-port hub, ten cords with a USB connector and either a 30 pin connector or a Lightening connector depending on which kit you choose, and one data cord for the laptop, and one cable with AC power adapter.
Roomy storage bays hold your devices safely, with or without a case. The Standard cabinet has twenty bays measuring 7/8”w x 10.5”d x 8.5”h. The Big Case cabinet has sixteen bays measuring 1.25”w x 10.5”d x 8.5”h. Each bay is numbered so you can see at a glance which devices are docked and which are in use.
Doors, panels, and inner divider are ventilated to keep air moving throughout the enclosure so devices stay cool.
The cabinet comes with a 10-foot long power cord to reach your nearest outlet. Or wire a power connection behind the unit and access it through a notch in the back panel. The on/off switch directs power to all the cart's outlets.
Laptop storage slot in the front User Area measures 13.75"w x 10"d x 2"h. Keep the laptop up front with your tablets and leave the side IT Area locked. Route the laptop's power cord into the cabinet's cable management system so the connection is positioned right where you need it.
The link label on the inside of each door links you to the cart's owner's manual, trouble-shooting guide, and updates from Anthro. Scan the QR Code on the label and you're there!
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By Langley Christian School
from Langley, British Columbia, Canada
Comments about YES Cabinet for Tablets:
we installed these cabinets into our middle school classrooms, we have 10 rooms equipped with them
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