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New Laptop Cart Designed Specifically for Chromebooks

With the influx of Google Chromebooks, schools and organizations will be looking at education technology in a different way. Spectrum Industries, the nation’s leader in innovative laptop carts for charging and storage, has introduced the first cart designed specifically for Chromebooks with the Cloud 32 Chromebook Cart.

Scott Dorn
"The Cloud 32 represents the latest in a long line of products that develop from our close relationship with our customers," said Scott Dorn, Spectrum Industries Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Their adoption of this emerging product category represented an opportunity for Spectrum to fill a void in the market. We didn't want to simply add "Chromebook" to one of our existing products. We set out to create a product that supported and complemented the Chromebook Category and the Cloud 32 was born!"

Cloud 32 Chromebook Cart
Securely store and charge up to 
32 Chromebooks in the Cloud 32! 
The Cloud 32 has a small 24-inch by 24-inch footprint and has 5-inch rubber wheels to make transporting Chromebooks easy and safe. The storage bays are specifically sized for easy Chromebook handling. The innovative wiring decks hold each AC adapter to allow airflow around them and eliminate excess heat often caused from adapters placed close together.  Charging plugs are located near each bay and built-in cable holders make integration easy as they keep the cord neatly in front of the cart.

Scratch and impact resistant laminate and powder coated steel construction make the Cloud 32 durable. With the two-point locking system, the steel doors help to keep expensive equipment secure.

The release of the Cloud 32 Chromebook Cart is just in time for summer purchase and integration. Additional information can be found at the Spectrum Website.
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