We’ve collected 5 of what we think are the best laptop charging carts for schools and reviewed them so you can easily choose from the winners to be able to easily store and charge laptops and/or tablets.
Here they are: the best laptop charging carts for schools, reviewed for you!
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What are the Best Laptop Charging Carts for Schools?
Here’s our list of the best laptop charging carts for schools for you to choose from:
- ECR4Kids 30-Bay Locking Laptop and Tablet Charging Station Cart
- Pearington 20 Device Mobile Charging and Storage Cart
- Fat Catalog 30-Bay Assembled Laptop/Tablet Charging Cart
- Pearington 16 Device Mobile Open Charging Cart
- Structure Series 12-Laptop/Tablet Charging Cart
This charging cart allows you to charge 32 devices at the same time. It has a front door that locks and has keypad entry (the lock is programmable). The back panel is accessible with a lock and key, with 4 extra keys provided. The cabinet is equipped with two 125V U and cUL certified power strips with 32 built-in outlets (each strip has 16).
The frame is made of steel, has a side handle, and sits on four heavy-duty casters (non-marking, with brakes) for easy maneuverability from classroom to classroom. Dividers are rubber-coated to prevent scratching of units stored, and panels are ventilated to prevent units overheating.
The top of the unit is covered with a non-slip surface and has an additional shelf (4.25 inches high) which can hold a teacher’s laptop or other items. There is a side cord winder on the side of the unit.
Users like the safety feature that alarms when the batteries in the keypad fail which gives you time to reset or use the key for access. They also like the locking mechanisms on the wheels, the durability of the cart, and the ability to set your own code for the lock on the front.
Users also say this cart is relatively easy to assemble.
This cart charges and stores 18 devices. It has 18 padded bays, with UL-listed power strips and an extra shelf on the bottom. The padded slots are large, with a screen size of up to 17 inches. The unit has a side handle and 4 caster wheels.
There are ventilated panels to prevent units overheating, surge protectors to protect from fluctuations in power, and a key locking system for both the front and the back doors. Cord clips are included to keep cords tidy.
Two of the 4 caster wheels lock to keep the cart in place. The top of the unit has a non-skid surface.
Users appreciate the level of customer service, that the shelves are padded, and that assembly is not too difficult.
This charging cart comes with a double pin lock which prevents the door from being peeled down. There are also two padded shelves which can charge up to 30 tablets. There is an additional shelf on the top to hold cables or other accessories.
The cart contains 32 outlets for charging, and locking doors for security. The top of the cart has a non-skid surface for storing or displaying other items.
There is a side handle and non-marking caster wheels for moving the cart easily, and 60 cable ties.
Users love that this cart is easy to assemble and that the tools needed are included. They also appreciate that the wheels and doors operate smoothly, and that the paint and finish is of a good quality.
Because this cart is an open charging cart, it can charge devices of any screen size. The cart can charge up to 16 devices at a time, and comes with a 16-outlet UL-Listed 125V/15A power strip with 450 joule surge protection to protect from electrical supply fluctuations.
Slots are easy to access, and are padded for device protection. The dividers are removable for more flexibility and easy adjustments. Even Toughbooks can be charged, though the number of devices that can be charged at any one time depends on their dimensions and how many dividers have been removed to fit them.
The cart has 4 caster wheels, two of which have wheel-locking mechanisms to keep the cart in place. There are two easy-grip handles to allow for easy transportation as well as stability when the cart is locked.
This cart comes with cord management clips that are built-in to keep cables organized, neat, and secure. The charging strip is at the back of the unit and the plugs are easy to access as the unit is open.
Users love that this unit can charge devices of any size, and that it is sturdy yet small, so it doesn’t take up a lot of space in the classroom. This unit can even be stored in a closet or cupboard.
This unit is particularly useful for settings with older students or added supervision, such as K-12 schools, libraries, universities and offices.
Users love that the cart is sturdy and yet visually attractive and practical, and that it’s easy to move around.
This cart allows you to store and charge up to 12 devices at one time. It has a durable steel frame with ventilated panels to keep units from overheating. The shelves are height-adjustable to let you manage your devices effectively.
The unit comes with a sturdy side handle and four non-marking caster wheels, two of which have locking mechanisms to move the cart easily from room to room and to then help secure the cart in place.
There are locking front and rear doors to provide secure storage, and a non-skid top surface for presentation or display.
Users love that there is no assembly required with this unit: you can plug it in and go!
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