January 15, 2010 | Posted At: 07:18 AM | Author: Brian Nadel
Those schools that can’t afford a computer for each student often get carts filled with notebooks that are wheeled from room to room as needed. Because hundreds of kids a day touch the carts they can become great places to grow germs. To keep them from becoming a science lesson in bacterial growth, Bretford has laptop carts that are coated with an antimicrobial finish that inhibits the growth of mold, mildew and fungus. The carts can hold anywhere from 15- to 32 notebooks and the inside has power plugs so they’re always charged and ready for school work. The carts are lockable and start at $1,795 for one that holds 15 systems. The company is at booth 851 at FETC.
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