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January 27, 2009 10:20 AM Eastern Time

New Netbook Security Cart by Datamation Systems Provides Schools with Recharging Capability and Protection in One Compact Design

First Classroom Cart Designed for Netbooks Now Available for Shipment

SOUTH HACKENSACK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With more and more school districts using subcompact notebooks (netbooks) as part of their daily curriculum, concerns about convenience and security have been raised. Small, light and in-demand, netbooks are vulnerable to theft, especially in institutional settings. Portable recharging systems compatible with the netbooks have not been universally available. DATAMATION SYSTEMS, the nation’s leading provider of notebook security carts, has now met the need to secure the netbooks, recharge them and transport them in one easy to use cart, the first of its kind created from the ground up to address the practical needs of the educational environment.

With its new “Gather ‘Round”® design, the cart allows students to access netbooks from both front and back sides. Holding up to 32 devices in a compact, easy to move footprint, students can get technology tools in and out of the cart quickly and easily. The cart’s drill resistant, pick-proof two-point locking mechanism protects the netbooks when they are not in use. It provides outlets for recharging netbook batteries and for peripherals.

The cart has been sized to be compatible with all major manufacturers, including the most common subnotebooks: the Dell Mini 9, Lenovo IdeaPad, ASUS Eee, HP Mini-Note, MSI Wind, Acer Aspire One, even the XO (OLPC). If a particular school’s technical requirements change, the cart’s interior can be reconfigured to change models and provide convenient storage for accessories or a multi-battery charger.

The new DS-NSC-32-MINI is available from major computer companies and directly from Datamation Systems. Additional information can found at Datamation’s Security webpage.

Datamation Systems, established in 1963, is the nation’s leading provider of notebook security carts, cabinets and anti-theft devices used to protect all types of equipment: notebook and desktop computers, printers, projectors and AV equipment. The company has also developed a number of multi-bay battery chargers to help manage battery use in classrooms and other settings. Visit Datamation Systems’ web site at http://www.pc-security.com.

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"Gather 'Round" is a registered trademark of Datamation Systems, Inc.

 

For additional information on prevention, please contact us, or E-mail Colleen Ritter at: c.ritter@pc-security.com
 


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