Protechnic has just returned from the recent BETT show 2015 in London having chalked up a resounding success with its range of sync / charge / store and transport solutions targeted at the education markets.
With the use of tablets in education expanding far faster than either safe places to store or means to transport the devices, Protechnic’s solutions were met with a very enthusiastic welcome from educators and those in IT support roles alike.
Notable among the responses recorded were early adopters of trolley-based solutions searching for a more portable and easily handled system. The MultiPad CS16 in particular was praised for its economical, space-saving footprint and eaily managed ergonomics. With trolley systems potentially tipping the scales at a hundred kilos loaded, Protechnic’s base weight nearer fifteen kilos had obvious appeal.
Users of MDM systems were attracted to Protechnic’s affordable pricing and also like the fact that the cases offered were transparent to wi-fi signals. With large numbers of tablets to store and sync, these users also liked the fit and function bespoke case design has yielded with many taking a quick spin around the aisle.
Simultaneous charge and sync had its advocates too. Early adopters admitted to struggling to manage content and said it was time consuming. The plug and play ease delivered by the CS16? attracted many to the Protechnic solution.