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Elementary Dear Watson

Elementary Lock and Dock
You may wonder why there seems to be such a difference in pricing when it comes to laptop trolleys. Though looking different, most seem to have the same capabilities and features. They all hold laptop and appear to secure them from theft.

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Unfortunately, looks can be decieveing. To unlock the mystery you need to start with the question ‘what do I need a laptop trolley for?’ The first thing that comes to mind is security, but security has more than one dimension. Sure, you want to secure your laptops from theft… after all, they’re a high value, desirable and transportable item. But what other level of security should I be thinking about?
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How about safety, for both students and staff. Any device that draws enough power to charge multiple laptops can potentially cause electric shocks, if not built to Australian Safety standards.
And what about the security of your initial investment?
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Overcharging of laptop batteries is both dangerous, environmentally irresponsible and can dramatically shorten battery life.
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If you think replacing one laptop battery is expensive, think of the cost of an entire classroom of laptops. And we haven’t even discussed the difference between cheap locks and ‘real’ locks with multiple latch points.
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And what about OH&S? A full laptop cart can be quiet heavy and the wrong design can over balance, causing injury and damage to laptops.
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The best way to ensure that you purchase a laptop trolley that is a worthwhile and safe long term investment and meets all Australian design and safety standards, is to buy locally design and manufactured… like the entire Gilkon Lock & Dock laptop trolley range.
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The Gilkon Lock & Dock laptop trolley range is entirely designed and made here in Australia (not just assembled), to Australian safety standards. Buy smart, buy locally design and manufactured. When the stakes are this high you want to make the smart decision.
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