News | April 02, 2009

AFC Industries Showcases Compact, Ergonomic Notebook Cart at HIMSS 2009

April 2, 2009 — AFC Industries is slated at HIMSS 2009 to showcase its compact, lightweight Notebook Cart, designed to be easily and conveniently positioned almost anywhere in a medical facility.

The cart adds new functionality to even the smallest space and enhances workflow by bringing computer technology within easy reach. The easily maneuverable cart features a compact, round base with rubberized casters and retractable keyboard tray with optional slide-out mouse support. The cart is pneumatically height-adjustable and has a lockable notebook cover to keep equipment secure. The cart’s under-the-desktop power strip has a retractable cord to help eliminate clutter from busy medical environments.

For more information: www.afcindustries.com

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