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Tablet & Computer Accessories 1


Key Features


n Compatible with Apple and Android tablets and phones


n 6x USB 2.5A output ports, which can charge up to six devices at the same time


n Intelligent charging allows the devices to be charged at the optimum performance


n Mounting holes 2


1 USB Charging Strip Never worry about running out of battery again! This six port USB Charge Strip intelligently detects the device connected to give optimum charging performance, which means you can keep your devices charged up ready for the school day ahead. This affordable classroom charging solution can charge a whole host of USB charged devices including tablets, smartphones, cameras and even Bee-Bots! The strip also has mounting holes which is ideal if you want to wall mount it and create your own recharging centre in the classroom for all your resources. Simply plug in, switch on, connect your devices and away you go!


Perfect for use with: •iPads •iPods


•Android tablets •Digital cameras •Easi-Speak®


•Rechargeable Pro-Bot® •Blue-Bot® •Bee-Bot®


•Easi-Scope® Wireless EL00505 UK plug


EUR-EL00505 European plug A handy unit which co-ordinates with classroom furniture


2 Desktop USB Tablet Charger Our very own portable USB Tablet Charger is perfect for a busy setting. Designed specifically to enable you to top up your tablets throughout the day. The USB Charge Strip works with any tablet and charges up to 6 devices at the manufactures recommended rate, meaning your tablets can be back up and running as soon as possible! The charger also has handles for you to be able to easily transport it anywhere in your building. The wooden finish gives it an unobtrusive look and makes it an aesthetic addition to any setting.


EL00552 UK plug EUR-EL00552 European plug


Key Features


n Charge & sync up to 16 tablets or 16 ipads


n Great storage solution


n Storage between classrooms


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