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Mobile Device Cart Q&A with Brian Lambert

Spectrum Industries has been manufacturing mobile device carts for 20 years. From our humble beginnings, we have grown into a leader of innovation in the industry. Brian Lambert, territory manager of Michigan, Ohio and West Virginia, has helped many customers with selecting the perfect cart for their mobile device deployment. He's joined us this week to answer a few questions about the Spectrum line of mobile device carts.

Q: What markets do you typically sell mobile device carts to?

A: The K-12 market amounts to probably 95% of the mobile computing carts that Spectrum sells.

Q: What kinds of spaces are they being used in?

A: Once the devices are wired up into the carts, they are deployed around K-12 buildings, and used as “classrooms on wheels, or COWS.” One cart might remain within each classroom, or maybe one cart is shared amongst multiple classrooms, but either way, the wireless access points allow these carts to be entirely mobile and flexible for use wherever the district needs them to be.

Q: What features do Spectrum carts have that customers are attracted to?

A: Ruggedness and durability are always very important to the end users, as well as ease of use, ease of mobility, and security.

Q: What are customers saying about Spectrum’s mobile device carts?

A: The design changes made at the outset of 2016 addressed some of the previous generations deficiencies. These updates include: easier cabling, more security with the ability to add a padlock, more flexibility to be able to accommodate larger devices, and we kept the wonderful reliability that comes with all Spectrum products. The 2016 line has been very well received!

Q: Why should customers choose Spectrum’s carts over other carts on the market?

A: The value of Spectrum products has long been known for a great mix of reliability, durability, flexibility, security, ease of use, and second-to-none customer service.

Q: What advice do you have for a customer when trying to pick the right cart for their devices?

A: I would encourage any tech director or reseller firm to contact their local Spectrum Industries territory manager. Since Spectrum manufactures a cart for any device, simply knowing the desired capacity, and the specific device type will allow us to select the proper cart for your needs.


To find out more about Spectrum's line of mobile device carts and request a quote visit our website.

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