Part Number: YESMORGMPW4
IN STOCK NOW! With YES Carts, one size fits all Chromebooks up to a 13” screen – and even some 14”! Set the cart’s bay width and shelf height for your device, then reconfigure when it’s time for new devices. Mix and match with tablets, e-Readers, and hand-helds for even more flexibility. The YES Cart truly is the last cart you’ll ever buy.
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The YES Cart for Mini-Laptops fits ALL shapes and sizes with screens up to 13” – and some up to 14” – with and without cases. Mix and match devices with tablets, e-Readers, and hand-helds. It’s completely up to you.
This heavy-duty cart is just 28.75” wide x 24.25” deep. It's also easy to steer, thanks to its wide handle and 4" locking casters.
This innovative cart is budget-friendly, especially when you factor in its flexibility—you can use it for years and years, even if you switch devices.
Adjusting the YES Cart's shelves is simple and intuitive. Position them at any height in 2/3" increments, and store your devices in landscape or portrait orientation, depending on size and the position of the power inlet and on/off button.
Arrange your mini-laptop devices exactly how you want them by adjusting the cart’s bays in 1/3” wide increments. Feel free to really grab and pull on the dividers; they’re sturdy! They won’t break or bend. The cart ships configured for 36 units with 1.25" wide bays.
We manufacture our products with premium materials, right here in Oregon, so we control every aspect of the process from start to finish!
A spacious locking IT area in back keeps cables and power adapters protected and secure. The power outlets face straight back so they’re easy to reach, and three roomy bins store power adapters and cable bundles below the rows of outlets, so they’re tidy and accessible.
This innovative cart has heavy-duty 4” locking casters so it moves smoothly over rough surfaces, and it’s easy to steer thanks to two directional lock casters and a wide handle with a 13” grip.
Don’t worry about power management. The cart has a built-in system that alternates power from one side of the cart to the other to manage its power draw. Both the enclosure and electrical system are listed to UL 60950, so your devices are safe.
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from Palm Springs
Comments about Yes Cart for Mini-laptops:
I've been working with Anthro Carts for about a year now. I've used the old model (blue and white) ones as well as the Yes carts. When the redesigned it, I was very happy to know they have made more spacious in the back to accommodate all the power cords, however as soon as I started working on new deployments (about 34 Chromebooks in each cart) I noticed that is very hard to add all the power cords with. The space on the back is very small and it is hard to get to the electric outlets once the power plugs are in. I have been a fan of Anthro carts for quite some time, however I think the new YES! Carts needs some more improvements. It has to be noted that Anthro is the best in customer service, their representatives are always prompt in their responses and always very helpful.
from Chapel Hill, NC
We recently purchased a third YES cart for our newest Chromebook lab. We have always been impressed with the quality and ease of use of the Anthro carts but this past winter one of the carts was really put to the test. We had a break in over the winter holidays but our Chromebooks were safe! The top of the cart had been pummeled by a hammer. The hammer marks were very clear but the cart remained locked and the thieves left the cart with the Chromebooks inside! We will continue to protect our devices with Anthro carts!
The design is the best of all carts we have purchased over the years. Cart holds enough laptops for a whole classroom. Usually managing the power cables is difficult, with wires tangled all over. The cords are neatly tucked in place and it is easy for students to see where to plug in each computer.
You’ll say Yes to YES Carts!
See how Anthro’s YES Carts keep up with your tech changes.
Find out how rugged our YES Cart bay dividers are as Anthro’s “junior testers” put them through the paces.
Anthro Channel Manager, Mark Walker, explains the Yes Carts and gives you the juicy details.
Our friends at Touchboards show you how to easily unpack your YES Charging Cart.
This video will show you how to position the YES Cart Shelves at the ideal height for your devices.
See how easy it is to pop out the bays of the YES Cart & reposition them to fit any of your devices.
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