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A new transportable cart has been introduced by JACO for use with notebook computers, peripherals or other small electronic devices. The MLT 2001 is a lightweight, heavy-duty unit that features an 18" x 6" platform/work surface and can be easily adjusted from 29" to 39" for use while standing or sitting. An optional uninterruptible power management (UPM) system gives users the ability to unplug, move the cart and plug back in with no loss of power or data.

Four oversized 5" swivel casters roll easily on carpet or tile and move in and out of elevators without snagging or tipping. Optional features include a pullout work surface and drawer, storage files and an extended backup power source.
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Publication:Nursing Homes
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Date:Jul 1, 2001
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