Advanced Debuts, a New Supplier of Charging and Storing Solutions for Educators

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Furthering its commitment to provide K-12 school districts with high performance, cost-effective classroom tablet accessories, Advanced today announced the launch of a new subsidiary company,, a reseller and supplier of innovative and affordable charging and storing solutions for iPads, Chromebooks, and Tablets. TechTubs is making its official debut at ISTE 2016 in the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado at Booth #930.

“School districts across North America are deploying hundreds of iPads and Chromebooks into their systems each day,” TechTubs President and CEO David Weatherhead said today. “Because of this, there is an urgent need for solutions that safely store and charge these tablets and Chromebooks when they aren’t in use. Unfortunately, the investment in these solutions can be extremely costly. That’s why we’re launching TechTubs, a truly affordable product range that can cut district administrators’ charging solution budgets by over 50 percent.”

While traditional charging and storing solutions cost an average of $800.00 each, TechTubs will offer those same solutions for $150.00 – a significant discount. In addition to guaranteeing a lower price on a high quality product, TechTubs is equipped with a knowledgeable sales force that can supply district administrators with the recommendations they need to select the right charging and storing solution for their schools.

“Our in-depth knowledge of the education sector, combined with an extensive in-house IT skill set, gives us the edge in the marketplace,” Weatherhead continued. “With this introduction, we’re offering district administrators a dedicated and focused sales force for this brand within North America, which, until now is unprecedented.”

Additionally, the company’s new website,, serves as a virtual resource for district administrators to search, order, and purchase solutions directly. “We’re really excited to introduce the website as a one-stop-shop for district administrators to order what they need, when they need it. Volume discounts are also available for qualified districts,” Weatherhead added.

All solutions offered by TechTubs guarantee robust construction, exceptional security, and speedy charging. TechTub solutions vary in size, and can be mobile or stationary. Each solution makes life easier for administrators and teachers by offering an organized way to securely store and charge classroom tablets.

For interested school district administrators, Advanced is conducting VIP tours of partners’ booths to show an up-close and personal unveiling of its latest TechTubs charging and solution technologies. To schedule an appointment, email

Additionally, to celebrate the launch at ISTE 2016, TechTubs will be giving away a free Tech Tub TEC600C to any school district that qualifies. Visit Booth #930 to enter into the running.

About TechTubs

TechTubs is a privately owned, multi-national company Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. dedicated to the distribution of premium quality and most efficient security and charging solutions for storing Laptops, Tablets, Chromebooks, iPads and other mobile devices. To learn more visit

About Advanced

Advanced is a leading audiovisual and collaborative communications company working with corporations, government agencies, healthcare, and educational organizations throughout North America.  Dedicated to innovation in technology and services, Advanced has a strong set of businesses aligned to meet today’s needs. The company offers presentation and videoconferencing solutions in addition to complete integrated systems, visual collaboration systems, rental and staging services, repair, maintenance, and value-added integration services including design and engineering, installation and audiovisual consulting. To learn more visit


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