Trident Case®, manufacturer of rugged and eco-friendly tablet and mobile device cases, today announced the debut of the company’s first ever Charging Cart, the ideal solution for charging multiple tablets in businesses, hospitals and schools. The cart, compatible with various tablets, was introduced at CTIA 2014 at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada in the North Hall, Booth #1639.
“We are thrilled to introduce Trident’s Charging Cart to the market as the company’s first large-scale charging device,” Vice President of Marketing Vickie Achee said today. “In environments where multiple tablets are used each day, a reliable source of power is a necessity.”
Trident’s Charging Cart holds up to 30 tablets at once thanks to multiple built-in charge ports and pullout trays. To conveniently see the charging status of each device, a red LED light indicates that the devices are charging, and a green LED light indicates that the devices are fully charged. The cart is also equipped with an acrylic frosted window to see the devices and LED light indicators with ease. The cart can fully charge all tablets in up to 4-6 hours.
Built-in handles and lockable wheels make it easy to move the cart to and from different locations. Meanwhile, a front stand securely holds the door to prevent from swinging when open. When closed, the door includes a lock to prevent theft.
What’s more, a UV light inside the Charging Cart disinfects both the devices and the cases while charging. “This function is particularly important in environments where germs are prevalent, such as schools or hospitals,” Achee added.
Plus, all charging ports are compatible with Trident Case products, so there is no need to remove the cases before charging. The Charging Cart stands at 22 x 15 x 36 inches and is available November in white, beige and black. The cart holds an MSRP of $1,699 and is compatible with various tablets.
To see Trident’s new Charging Cart in action, visit CTIA 2014 at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada in the North Hall, Booth #1639.