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Portable iPod Lab

Parat_3Looking for a quick way to juice up your classroom’s iPods? The new case from PARAT enables secure storage, transport and quick access to iPods for applications like language labs. The iPod Case accommodates one MacBook (or similar notebook up to 17”) and up to 20 iPods (Classic or Nano) along with their power supplies and headsets.

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Perfect - can I get them in the UK?

A portable building, or demountable building (Australian English), is a building designed and built to be movable rather than permanently located. A common modern design is sometimes called a modular building, but portable buildings can be different in that they are more often used temporarily and taken away later. Portable buildings (e.g. yurts) have been used since prehistoric times.The most familiar modern type of portable buildings are designed so that one can be carried to or from site on a large lorry and slung on and off by a crane.

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