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ISTE 2011: Connection City

Classroom1 With computers, tablets, projectors and all sorts of digital teaching gear, it’s a wonder that we can walk around any classroom without tripping over power cords network connections and all the other cables that seem to grow every year. Bretford’s Edu 2.0 line of furniture has strategically located fold open places for connecting a slew of notebooks or desktops.  There will soon be tables that have the PowerMat electrical pad built in for charging digital equipment. Just put the device on the inductive pad and it gets charged. See it all at booth 2725.

 

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Excellent. As someone who is in schools very frequently, I really appreciate the possibility of cord control. Thanks for the update!

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