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New Product Spotlight: Flex Lecterns

What do you get when you cross a mobile device cart with a lectern?


Introducing the new Flex Lecterns, an innovative 2-in-1 solution that combines your instructor workstation and mobile device cart, all in one small footprint.

Taking the intelligent design of two of our mobile device carts, the Pro32 and Cloud40, and adding the functionality of Spectrum’s line of lecterns, a new line of Flex Lecterns has been developed. The versatile and powerful Pro32 Flex Lectern can store and charge a combination of 32 laptops, Chromebooks, and tablets up to 15.6”. Able to store more devices in a slightly smaller space, the Cloud40 Flex Lectern can store and charge a combination of 40 Chromebooks and tablets up to 14”.

“The Flex Lectern will eliminate the need for both a teacher lectern and mobile device cart to exist in the same environment saving on valuable space in classrooms that are often crowded with furniture,” said Robert Kensinger, Spectrum Industries Vice President of Sales. “Our goal is to continue to innovate our product line to best meet the needs of our customers. The Flex Lecterns are the next logical step in that pursuit.”

Combining Cart and Lectern
  • High-pressure laminate worksurface
  • Worksurface surround enhancing privacy for instructors 
  • Sturdy side flip-up shelf adds needed worksurface space
  • Easy access to devices from audience side


Mobility and Security
  • Powder coated, heavy-gauge steel construction 
  • Dual-bolt keyed lock and hasps 
  • Padded shelves protect devices from vibration during movement
  • Small footprint fits into any classroom space


Smart Charging and Wiring
  • Durable overhead wire management 
  • Large, removable QuickBrick™ wiring trays
  • Charging plugs hang conveniently in front of each laptop
  • PowerProdigy™ directs power to devices as needed


Take a look at these great new products and request a quote today!
http://www.spectrumfurniture.com/en/products/pro32-flex-lectern
http://www.spectrumfurniture.com/en/products/cloud40-flex-lectern
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