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Portable ICT Storage and Charge Solutions

Clever technology solutions that tick all the boxes

For twenty years we’ve been developing innovative products that our customers love. We make portable storage trolleys and charging solutions for laptops, tablets, e-readers, Chromebooks and netbooks. They’re the smart way to keep your tech safe, charged, and in one secure place.

Developed over two decades with the help of customers and technology users, we’ve included some really ingenious features to ensure our products do everything you need them to – and a little more besides. Our trolleys are used everywhere, from schools, libraries and museums to restaurants and even laboratories, so wherever you are our products are sure to make a difference.


Who we are

LapCabby is an IT solutions company based in Nottingham, UK, and is part of the Monarch furniture family.

We pride ourselves on being extra friendly and approachable, putting the wants and needs of our customers first. Oh, and our service doesn’t stop when your LapCabby arrives; our aftersales care is second to none.

We’re quick and efficient with distribution hubs all over the world, so no matter where you are you’ll experience our super fast shipping times. Plus, you’ll always find us responsive and open – we welcome feedback, and use ideas from our customers to inspire new features and developments.

If you’d like to know more about us, we’d love to chat.
Just get in touch.

Our history

LapCabby was born in 2003 when we built our very first laptop storage trolley.

But that was never going to be enough for us. We wanted to create something different, something packed full of smart ideas that set us apart. So, over the next few years we used our customers’ feedback to do exactly that.

By 2009 we’d added lots of clever new features to our LapCabby laptop trolley. Its launch went down a storm, and not only in the UK: over the following year LapCabby became available in Australia, France, Spain, Benelux and Scandinavia.

Since then we’ve continued to add to our range. In 2012 we launched our TabCabby, an innovative new unit designed especially to store and charge tablets. We introduced the GoCabby in 2013, and in 2015 launched the Boost+, DeskCabby and TabCabby Compacts.

We’re always expanding our product range and, today, LapCabbys are available in more than 40 countries worldwide. That means, no matter where you are, you can benefit from our super smart IT solutions.

Latest news

Reasons to Love LapCabby
Reasons to Love LapCabby
30th May 2016
At LapCabby we take pride in keeping connected with our customers and partners to constantly adapt processes and enhance product research and development, based on client feedback as well as technology trends. Lots of our current features were implemented directly on the back of customer views. We also continuously aim to increase safety by undergoing […]
Can education really be a game?
Can education really be a game?
24th May 2016
Learning should be fun! Gamification is a concept at the forefront of digital learning. Fundamentally, this is applying game-like principles to a system in order to drive its interaction and appeal. This can be done in several ways including game-based and simulation-based learning, points, badges and leaderboards. Some basic examples of this would be a […]
Tech and Learning's Edtech tools for Schools
Tech and Learning's Edtech tools for Schools
18th May 2016
Keeping up to date with the latest technology and learning techniques is difficult enough, and add to this the rapidly growing and varying types of edtech tools available to effectively integrate these new technologies – it can be understandably overwhelming. To aid the struggle of keeping up-to-date with an ever increasing range of tools, the […]
Health and safety: The key to the digital classroom
Health and safety: The key to the digital classroom
3rd May 2016
Our Head of New Product Development, Chris Neath recently spoke to our friends over at Education Technology, on all things health and safety, and why it plays such an integral part in creating a culture of ‘digital safety’ in the classroom. During the interview Chris covered the trends surrounding technology’s growth in education and why […]