CHIPPEWA FALLS, WI – With the introduction of Virtual Reality, the world of education is changing. As instructors are trying to bring this technology into their classroom, the one piece that has been missing has been how to store and charge both the VR goggles and phones safely and securely.
Spectrum is proud to be debuting the new Immersion Series of VR Carts. Being introduced at InfoComm 2017, the VR30 Device Cart can protect tomorrow’s technology in today’s classroom. This mobile device cart is designed specifically for storing, charging, and protecting your virtual reality investment.
“We are constantly looking at new technology and how we can build innovative furniture to support that technology,” comments Robert Kensinger, Vice President of Sales. “Virtual Reality is certainly gaining acceptance in the classroom, but we were finding many schools just keep the goggles and phones in crates or on counters. We knew we could help them by building a secure cart that would protect their investment.”
Security and Mobility
Security and mobility were the top priorities when creating the Immersion Series of VR Carts, as not every classroom will have the ability to have their own set of goggles and phones. The VR30 Device Cart will hold up to 30 goggles and phones from all industry manufacturers. Heavy-gauge steel construction and powder-coated finish provide a durable, long-lasting, and secure storage solution. The durable 7/8” medium-density foam will protect the goggles and phones during transportation. The compact footprint, integrated handles and the deluxe 5” locking balloon wheels will provide best-in-class mobility.
Safety is also vital. Only one drawer can be pulled out at a time, reducing the chance the cart will tip. The recessed double-bolt latch with padlock hasp gives superior protection and security. And like all other Spectrum Industries’ carts, the VR30 Device Cart is ETL Listed to UL 60950-1.
Wire Management and Smart Charging
The pull out drawer allows for easy wiring on the VR30 Device Cart. Phone charging cords can either be organized with the provided wire management, or tucked under the medium-density foam. Phones can also be charged in or out of the goggles. A simple power switch or Spectrum’s PowerProdigy charging system safely charges all devices.
Designed & Manufactured in Chippewa Falls, WI
The VR30 Device Cart is designed and manufactured in Chippewa Falls, WI. “We are proud to have all of Spectrum’s products made right in Chippewa Falls,” states Dave See, President of Spectrum Industries. “Our small town pride is shown in the workmanship put into every product that comes off our assembly line. And we back up our products with a 10 year warranty and two years for the electrical system.”