Bretford’s MOTIV High-Back Sofa was designed to provide a semiprivate and comfortable space for students and others on campus who are resting or working, alone or in groups. The MOTIV High-Back Sofa has an optional power module with an AC outlet and USB charger, allowing users to charge laptops, tablets, and other mobile devices.
Christie MicroTiles are rear projection cube units that can be built together into a large video wall-style display. Because of the building-block design, institutions can create and display images and information in any size and shape.
Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services has released a customizable smartphone app with tailored options to match a college or university brand identity. App on Campus provides dining menus with nutritional information, specials, events, and eatery information. Students can search through a calendar to select a specific date to view menu items, including those made without gluten, or that are sustainably sourced, vegan, or vegetarian.
The CP500 identification card printer from GET Group combines 600dpi pigment ink with user-upgradeable encoding features for personalized, secure card printing. The CP500 can produce contactless, contact, and magnetic stripe identification.
The ZTE Optik 3G Android tablet from Sprint is an e-reader, media player, and portable computing device. The 7-inch touchscreen display has a WXGA 1280x800 resolution and pinch-to-zoom technology and operates on the Android 3.2 Honeycomb system with a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The 7.6 inches tall, 4.7 inches wide tablet, weighing less than 1 pound, costs as low as $99.99.
Bretford Manufacturing has introduced new mobile device carts to support the modern learning environment. The MDMLAP30 30-unit laptop and netbook carts and MDMTAB36 36-unit tablet carts feature a Power Management system designed to continuously charge mobile devices.