CarryOn by PC Locs

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Introducing the first ultra-mobile charging station – charge, store and carry up to five iPads or tablet devices.

PC Locs has always offered a unique perspective to physically managing mobile devices. The CarryOn is no different, designed to be the most portable charging station on the market. It takes portability to the next level by allowing you to carry five devices, together with all the charging hardware and cables, in one neat and compact unit. Teaching, working and learning anywhere just got a lot easier.

The CarryOn is more than just a ‘pretty face’. The aluminium outer shell makes it both lightweight and durable, protecting the devices inside. The transparent acrylic door allows customers to quickly check that all the devices are there, while the impact resistant PCABS alloy edging gives it a neat and classy look. It is finished off with an aluminium handle to make it comfortable and easy to carry.

At the heart of the CarryOn lies an intelligent USB charger that is both powerful and efficient. With 2.4 amps of power at each port, it can charge five devices simultaneously and boasts Level VI efficiency. The CarryOn plugs into mains power via the cable at the back and wraps around the cable cleat when you are carrying it around, keeping it neat and tidy.

Designed to store 7–10” tablets and accommodate devices with a variety of cases, the CarryOn’s acrylic door includes a keyed lock to keep devices safe. As for storing the CarryOn itself, a wall mount kit is included in the package. All this comes with a lifetime warranty for added peace of mind.

Visit www.pclocs.com.au or call 1300 725 627 for more information.

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