Securely charge and store up to 48 devices with AVTEQ’s latest AV cart
DALLAS, TX – AVTEQ, Inc., the largest manufacturer of AV carts and furniture, has announced it is now shipping the new Tablet Charging Cart, which can charge up to 48 devices. The Tablet Charging Cart offers steel construction and a three-point locking mechanism, making it a secure option for schools, hospitals, training centers and other facilities.
“As the use of mobile devices becomes the technology of choice for many industries, especially education, it also introduces a new IT burden,” stated Aaron Rubner, director of sales for AVTEQ. “Organizations are looking for solutions to securely store and charge devices while not in use. AVTEQ’s Tablet Charging Cart provides a reliable solution. “
The Tablet Charging Cart provides three shelves that may be configured to support up to 48 devices including tablets and laptops. The heavy-duty steel construction, along with the front and rear hinged doors, includes a three-point locking system to keep the cabinet secure. The cabinet is vented for cooling and provides single and dual gang wall plate knock outs for additional connectivity. Each cart has four 3” casters, two with brakes to lock in place as needed.
AVTEQ has a partner network with locations worldwide. To locate a partner to assist you in the selection, purchase and installation of this product, visit the AVTEQ website or call 800-285-8315.
About AVTEQ, Inc.
AVTEQ, Inc., located in Dallas, Texas, is the largest manufacturer of A/V carts and furniture. The company is regarded for cost-effective, all-inclusive products that are upgraded to be practical and efficient and do not require accessories. AVTEQ has become the preferred choice of hundreds of Global 1000 and Fortune 500 clients because of unmatched quality, service and product innovation. A full line of A/V and digital signage support products are stocked, as well as developing and designing custom solutions for unique business and retail applications. AVTEQ is a HUBZone certified firm and holds several GSA contracts, which allows the manufacturer’s cart and mount products, as well as furniture, to be sold to federal buyers.