5 Works Great for Storing a Mix of Devices2/16/2016
|Keys Feel Fragile
All Units Keyed Alike
Comments about YES Cabinet for Mini-Laptops:
As a tech in an Elementary School, I use this to store a few spare devices as well as computers/tablets that are in for repair. It fits the 14" HP Chromebooks we use just fine and even two in a slot. There is cord management for 12 but more can be stored with shared charging. In addition to the big chromebooks we also have 11" chromebooks, MacBooks, iPads, HP and Lenovo notebooks and they all fit just fine. As stated, the shelves and divider bays adjust although to adjust the dividers on the lower shelf the shelf would have to be removed. So far I've found no need to change the shelves around.
Cord management in the bays is great and cords and power units are stored in a cabinet to the right side so make sure where you plan to put this has access to the right.
I'm not a huge fan of the lock. I'm sure the handle is tougher than it looks, but seems like the weak link in this whole system. The key is small and somewhat rough going in so feels like it might break. Also, all the keys to the two different Anthro carts we have from two different vendors (10 total) are alike so they just keep out the casually curious. I do like that there is a hasp to use an optional LONG SHACKLE padlock. The cart is pretty heavy so we have not bothered to attach them to counter tops as they'd be hard to carry away.
All in all, a very handy, very convenient place to store a small number of devices. We also have the Anthro 36 YES carts for classroom carts and love them. Identical device storage but bigger with cord storage out the back.
Was this a Gift? No
Bottom Line: recommended