LocknCharge is famous for its baskets, which allow a few students to distribute an entire classroom’s worth of devices in a fraction of the time it would take using a traditional cabinet. Baskets can save up to 70 hours of teaching time per year, per 30 unit cart, compared to traditional storage methods. An Australian school filmed the comparison – and the results are pretty staggering. You can watch it here.
School films comparison between a traditional cart and a LocknCharge cart with baskets – see how they saved up to 70 hours of teaching time per year
You can see LocknCharge at BETT this January, where it will be launching the new customisable Joey 30 and 40 mobile device charging and storage carts on stand F380.
Appreciating that budget is a genuine concern for many schools who do not want to compromise on choosing the right cart or charging station, LocknCharge has developed a new range of cost effective products.
For under £900, the Joey 30 Cart allows schools to utilise the education focused designs that LocknCharge is known for, at a more entry level price. The Joey Cart can charge, store and transport up to 30 of almost any mobile device. The Joey will also be available in a 40 unit design.
LocknCharge recognizes that not all schools are the same, and the Joey carts have been designed with this in mind, and schools only need to pay for the features they need, with a clever ‘bolt on’ system.
Customizable features include LocknCharge’s unique and innovative baskets, which keep devices safe during deployment and allow a few students to distribute an entire cart’s worth of devices in a fraction of the time. For more information, visit the website.
LocknCharge is also running a Twitter competition to win a Joey 30 – visitors simply need to stop by the LocknCharge stand, take a selfie with the Joey 30 Cart, tweet it and tag @LocknCharge and use the hashtag #WinAJoey.