C36i+ Charging Station – AVerCharge The AVerCharge C36i+ has adjustable slot dividers to allow the user to quickly charge as many as 36 tablets, Chromebooks or laptops up to 15 inch screen size vertically on pull-out shelves to make accessing and handling devices quick and
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Welcome to LapCabby
As one of the original manufacturers of technology charging solutions, we’ve changed the way teachers and students, doctors and nurses, coaches and players, scientists and technicians ensure their devices are fully charged and ready to integrate into their daily work.
Delivering on our mission of building safe solutions that are uncomplicated, our products are used successfully in companies and institutions across the world – from the world’s leading tech firms to schools in remote villages of South Africa… and everywhere in between.
LapCabby operates on Expertise, Thoughtfulness, Customer Care and Experience.
We deliver solutions that last a lifetime, with features that make life easier for the user while remaining cost effective for the decision makers.
What is LapCabby?
Portable and Static IT Storage, Charge and Sync Solutions
LapCabby has been developing innovative products that our customers love for the last 20 years.
We make portable storage carts and charging solutions for laptops, tablets, e-readers, Chromebooks and netbooks.
It’s the smart way to keep your tech safe, charged, and in one secure place.
We’ve included some really ingenious features to ensure our products do everything you need them to – and a little more besides.
Our carts are used everywhere, from Education, Health Sector, Local and State Government and Corporate, so wherever you are our products are sure to make a difference.
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