NEW PRODUCT FLASH: Tablet Management Units from Ergotron
Ergotron has introduced its next generation tablet management products with enhanced security features and accessories, including stronger steel construction. These Tablet Management Carts and Desktop units are designed to manage and protect an organization’s investment.
With the growing use of tablets in facility environments such as corporate settings, education, healthcare, retail, and hospitality, there is an increased need for centralized management and security.
With capacity configurations for 16, 32, and 48 tablets, these tablet management products make managing these assets possible for organizations of all sizes. The universal design accommodates up to 48 Apple® iPad®, iPhone®, or iPod® devices, which can provide facility managers a flexible response to future technology changes.
Tested and certified to UL 60950-1 and UL 1667 standards, the carts use UL-Certified components. Ergotron also has had UL certify the entire system to help guarantee safe use in classroom, healthcare, and enterprise settings. The carts have a ventilated enclosed storage area to keep tablets cool.
In addition to the steel tube and aluminum framework, the products feature steel doors and three-point lock assembly to deter theft. When used in conjunction with Ergotron’s new Security Bracket Kit (97-735), facility managers can secure the carts to walls and floors, while the desktop units can be affixed to a desk or counter surface.
Available with or without LED Individual Status Indicators (ISI), the Tablet Management Cart retains the charging, syncing, and mobility functionality of Ergotron’s current tablet management products. The units are lightweight and compact, and require a one-time customer setup of 30-pin-to-USB or Lightning cables.
Ergotron, headquartered in Saint Paul, MN, is also launching a new custom-length, 30-pin-to-USB Cable Kit (97-766). Packaged with 16 cables, the kit is designed to fit the company’s tablet management products, and these connect to Apple mobile devices.
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