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Spectrum Expands Device Charging Portfolio With Release Of Innovative Tablet And Headphone Charging Station

New Tablet Charging and Headphone Station
New Tablet Charging and Headphone Station
Store and Charge Students' Devices and Headphones Separately

Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin – Spectrum Industries, a leading charging cart and locker manufacturer, has announced the release of their innovative Tablet Charging and Headphone Station. 

The new charging station was designed to support the use of audio accessories in the learning environment and to help address the need to isolate headphones for dedicated student use. The Tablet Charging and Headphone Station uses easy-to-clean, high-quality 8.9”x11.5” tote bins and covers to store headphones, audio connectors, accessories, and even individual student projects.

Designed with a front-access cord management system and a UL-listed power system, it’s easy for students to keep their classroom space organized and their technology powered and ready for use. The tablets, iPads or phones store and charge directly on top of each tote bin cover. By keeping cords contained and connectors handy, students will never have to untangle cords again!

Available in two sizes, which support either 8 or 16 devices and bins, the Tablet Charging and Headphone Station can accommodate any classroom size. “The open architecture and removable bin design are easy to clean and can be placed strategically around a classroom to encourage social distancing,” said David See, President of Spectrum Industries. “You can store each student’s headphones separately in the removable, multicolored tote bins. Add labels and projects to the bins to keep the spread of germs to a minimum while customizing each student’s lesson plans for the day. The Tablet Charging and Headphone Station facilitates an incredibly active and safe classroom environment,” See added.

The Tablet Charging and Headphone Station is available to order immediately with stations shipping in early August. Additional information on Spectrum’s new tablet and headphone charging station can be found at: