The Bretford Powersync Cart Feeds Techie Educational Equipment

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jun 19, 2012 • References: industrialdesignserved
The Bretford Powersync Cart is a compact concept that proves that institutions don't need to struggle to find space for their new technological equipment. Mark Kinsley has conceived this exceptionally organized cabinet that can store 40 iPods, computers and audio accessories.

Two drawers in the top of the trolley are outfitted with foam separators so that the mp3 players can be filed away neatly on their sides. The best part about these drawers is that they integrate power strips down the center with charging cables that can juice up these gadgets while they're tucked away.

A cubby down below contains headphones, earbuds and a series of slots for storing MacBook laptops. The entire front of the Bretford Powersync Cart can be closed with a protective sliding metal door and rolled out on its wheels to a different room. Stats for Breadbox-Inspired Superdocks Trending: Older & Chilly
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