Software Only announces Bretford PowerSync Tray for iPad in Australia

Macworld Australia Staff
25 July, 2011
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Sydney, Australia, July 20th 2011 – Software Only today announced that it would begin distribution in Australia of the PowerSync Tray for iPad. Designed for iPad and compatible with iPhone and iPod touch, this portable technology solution delivers the ability to store, sync and charge up to 10 iOS devices at once.

Primarily designed for use in schools, hospitals and businesses, this new solution from Bretford will save a significant amount of time and cost for organisations looking to deploy and manage multiple iPad devices.  “This product is particularly suited to the education environment where more and more schools are utilising portable and mobile ICT devices such as the Apple iPod Touch and iPad for enhancing pupil learning and delivering the school curriculum” said Andrew Paton, director at Software Only. “However increasing use of such ICT devices brings other problems such as storing, charging and transporting these devices from classroom to classroom - the PowerSync Tray for iPad is the perfect solution to this problem” says Paton.

Compatible with all models of iPad, the PowerSync Tray for iPad will be available in Australia in early September 2011 and will retail for $1,399.95 Incl. GST.

Software Only is the exclusive distributor for Bretford products in the Australian Market.

Further information on the PowerSync Tray for iPad can be found at

www.software-only.com.au/powersync-products/bretford-powersync-tray-for-ipad.html

About Software Only

Software Only is s a specialist importer/distributor of software and hardware for Macintosh and Windows Computers. The company sources best of breed products, which offer superior performance and ease of use at the best prices and supply to resellers across the country. Software Only is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.

About Apple, Inc.

Apple designs Macs, the best personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iLife, iWork, and professional software. Apple leads the digital music revolution with its iPods and iTunes online store. Apple is reinventing the mobile phone with its revolutionary iPhone and App Store, and has recently introduced its magical iPad, which is defining the future of mobile media and computing devices.

About BRETFORD®, Inc.

BRETFORD® designs and manufactures communications furniture solutions that help schools, business and all types of organizations around the world. The company’s product offerings enable people to work and learn in comfortable, productive and technology- friendly environments. BRETFORD is headquartered in Franklin Park, Illinois USA.

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  1. Gary Sweeney says:

    Hi

    Will you supply the power sync tray to a school in New Zealand?

  2. Macworld Australia Staff says:

    Hi Gary,

    Thanks for the question. Unfortunately Software Only does not distribute the product in New Zealand. But given the fact that this product is gaining a lot of traction in the global market right now, I am sure it will be available in your region soon – hopefully!

  3. Ben Howson says:

    Hi Gary
    What solution have you found if any?
    Ben
    (NZ)

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