Mobile workstation

October 18, 2010
Mobile workstation
Newcastle Systems’ new RC Series Mobile Powered Workstation from Newcastle Systems has on-board power to run a laptop computer, a printer, and a scanner or other device for at least eight hours of normal use. Its small (18.5” x 22”) footprint makes it ideal for narrow aisles and small spaces, the company says. RC Series Workstations have a push handle, 5-inch rubber casters and no dangling power cord, making it easy to move and reposition. The company’s website includes a “Find-A-Cart” tool that helps the customer choose the most appropriate power package by calculating the total wattage of the equipment to be supported. The durable RC Series cart is constructed with 11-gauge steel and fully reinforced surfaces, and is ideal for product and shelf labeling, “line busting,” garden centers, sidewalk events, etc.
www.newcastlesys.com

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