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Arlington, TX to Use Over 1,800 LocknCharge Carts

Arlington Independent School District (AISD) in Texas is introducing more than 1,800 Carrier 30 Carts from LocknCharge with the capacity to hold more than 54,000 Chromebooks.
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Arlington Independent School District (AISD) in Texas is introducing more than 1,800 Carrier 30 Carts from LocknCharge with the capacity to hold more than 54,000 Chromebooks. With these carts, AISD staff can store, charge and protect the mobile devices.

Using a $663.1 million bond package, AISD is providing Chromebooks to its 76 schools with the goal of having a Carrier 30 cart for every two classrooms. Each cart holds 30 devices.

The universal Carrier 30 Carts feature a compact design, single soft-closing sliding lid, two-point locking system and simultaneously charge up to 30 devices. To learn more, visit https://www.lockncharge.com/products/carrier-30-cart.

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