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Spectrum Industries' New mLT30 Stores & Charges Netbooks (mini-laptops)


With the emergence of mini-laptop technology in modern educational environments, Spectrum Industries has created the perfect solution to securely store, transport, and recharge netbooks (mini-laptops).

The mLT30 Mini-Laptop Cart is designed to be a true reflection of the netbook itself: The capabilities you need at a price you can afford. A built-in handle and 5” casters make the mLT30 extremely mobile for ease of transport. Ample clearance is provided for easy removal/insertion of mini-laptops. Padded tray bottoms and plastic divider sleeves protect the mini-laptops from damage.

Special attention is given to cord management, with easy access to electrical power in each bay. Optional cord trays offer further support in back of the unit. Doors and panels are effectively ventilated for circulating “chimney effect” airflow to keep netbooks cool. High-pressure laminate is provided as a durable and useful writing surface. As with all Spectrum products, solid construction is designed into the mLT30 with steel doors and panels. The electrical system is comprised of UL-certified components. A rear door with 2-point lock for extra security is available as an option.

Spectrum Industries’ mLT30 is designed with superior style and performance – as expected from the industry’s premier laptop cart manufacturer, Spectrum Industries.
For additional information visit www.spectrumfurniture.com or download the mLT Cart Market Sheet (pdf) at: http://www.spectrumfurniture.com/media/productFiles/mLT%2009-opti.pdf
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