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Kensington Debuts Charge and Sync Cabinet For Tablets in Rugged Cases
- By Joshua Bolkan, Staff
Kensington has released a new Charge and Sync Cabinet designed to hold 10 tablets with most commercially available rugged cases.
Compatible with iOS and Android devices, the cabinet also features "a tamper-resistant, retracting door, and master key capability," according to a Kensington news release.
"Our new Charge & Sync Cabinet reflects feedback from educators and IT managers," said Judy Barker, senior global product manager at Kensington, in a prepared statement. "This new model solves a big pain point for our users — making sure that tablets are always ready for student learning with uniform content and a full charge — without having to remove the rugged cases used in many classrooms."
More information about the $699 cabinet is available at kensington.com.
Joshua Bolkan is the multimedia editor for Campus Technology and THE Journal. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.