The carts roll very nicely and there is good interior space for the devices. However, the cords become very tangled in the back and it can be difficult to close the back door when all of the charging cords are plugged in.
Review by Laonikos1 year ago
I like the eduGear Mobile carts big enough for chromebook or ipads. Cart has a solid build and looks professional. Chord placements is good and keep the cabit organized. Just be sure to strap the cords to the retainers with enough length for students to easily plug them in.
Review by Sobaaan1 year ago
Love the carts from Edugear and love the pullout shelves also like the price
Review by Shauryankar Mucret1 year ago
Very Flimsy design and doors do not stay shut.
Review by Capland Bavone1 year ago
Just great products
Review by Surjita1 year ago
I have had my elementary students on these edugear chrome books for the last two years, working great. A few instances of pulled off keys on the keyboards but other than that has been ideal for them.
Review by Saraff Cauwenbergh1 year ago
We've purchased both individual eduGear CMT Chromebooks and bundles that include a charging cart and we've found it to be the best value and most cost-effective answer to our needs. The Chromebooks are built solidly to stand up to the wear and tear of classroom use. Replaceable batteries greatly simplify upkeep and extend their lifecycles. The ability to convert to tent and tablet formats gives us great flexibility. And they're backed by CDI support. At times it can take a little longer to get replacements or parts due to customs, but it's worth the wait. We'll continue to use eduGear to provide student and teacher devices.
Review by Jamyson Abounohra1 year ago
Edu Gear through CDI is an exceptional product and CDI delivered on time
will order again
Review by Centrallager1 year ago
The eduGear Chromebooks and Carts have been the best we ever owned.
Review by DanNicki1 year ago
Very good product.
Review by Mattymottmottmottmott1 year ago
We ordered an eduGear Smart Charging cart for our iPad Minis. The iPads could fit in the slots easily even with their chunky cases. We liked how the power outlets were arranged on the back too, so there was plenty of room. Construction looked very solid and carefully designed. There was no problems setting it all up. Only quibbles would be that it would nice if they could be ordered in different trim colours and they supplied more nylon ties. Still both teachers and students were wowed by good it looks.
Review by Boffin Anyanwu1 year ago
Review by Johnaly Klotzeck1 year ago
I am currently an 8th grade student over at McDevitt Middle School in Waltham, Massachusetts. Very disappointed/ angry that the Waltham Public Schools switched to the edugear chromebooks, Shame on them. They were actually just trying to be cheap and give us junk laptops. These laptops are incredibly slow, the keyboard/ typing is very slow. the cameras are very dark and they take really bad photos. How am I going to submit an assignment or do a project that requires pictures/ videos. Some classes I need a different device to record video. Wouldn’t it be better to switch to an android tablet or keep the iPads because I can’t even use my phone. It can’t even take good photos of my assignments that I did. Plus, I can’t even take a good screenshot because the screen camera won’t let me, even though I’m using the right buttons to take a screenshot , Many students at McDevitt hate the chromebooks because of that reason. THEY ACT LIKE THEY ARE USED JUNK THAT CAME OFF OF EBAY!!! I’m not trying to be ungrateful. I just have a bad experience with chromebooks.
Review by Dariann1 year ago
Review by Pigsnkids Bessant1 year ago
We have deployed the eduGear CMT Chromebooks in grades 3-4 to transition from tablets to laptops. The school has been accustomed to Ipads and were resistance to change. However, due to the convertible nature and the ease of use for students and teachers alike, I have been asked to forgo further tablet purchases and continue with eduGear Chromebook deployments. Four months after deployment we have not had any issues with devices yet.
Review by Jeakyhh1 year ago
Edugear Chromebooks have been essential for our school, the price allows us to stay within budget and the function is dependable. A great quality Chromebook for students.
Review by ExtremeQualitySolution1 year ago
This is a great unit. This one is for my ten year old who is homeschooled.
Lots of ports, expandable memory and a super-solid, heavy feel to it. With a very clear screen and a full sized keyboard, it's perfect for homeschooling work, and with its ruggedized construction, it's perfect for travel and field trips. It compares very nicely apples to apples with my Samsung Chromebook Plus, which is an almost $450 unit.