Computer-ready mobile workstations from InterMetro include the Starsys cart, a retractable keyboard tray and mouse holder, a 17-inch LCD monitor and a specified power solution and integration of customer furnished computer equipment (CFE).  
Features include a large work area (21-by-20 inches), automatic electronic locking system and Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) or Nickel Metal Hydride (NIMH) power solutions with a battery run time of up to 15 hours. Internal wire management protects cords from snags and damage and it comes with 5-inch diameter casters, two with brakes. The design allows for a number of configurations to accommodate exact needs.


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