|Product Type: Laptop/Notebook cart; Projector cart; TV cart; Computer cart||Pullout Shelf: Yes|
|Collection: LP Carts||Primary Material: Plastic|
|Shelves Included: Yes||Electric Outlets: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
“Hi, is the top shelf reversible?” asked by Charlie
Luxor Presentation Station
Just What I Wanted
Sandra from Garfield Heights, OH– Verified Buyer
I have been looking for something small, sturdy and mobile for my classroom computer and other media. This cart fits the bill perfectly. And can't complain about the price either!
Laura from Cary, NC– Verified Buyer
The cart isn't quite as black as it looks in the picture. This is just due to the type of plastic used. It's a very functional cart, and I would purchase it again.
Suzanne from Cordova, TN– Verified Buyer
Its wonderful. The size and qaulity is exactly what I needed. I really like it. Really well made durable product.
Kevin S., from Ashford, AL– Verified Buyer
I was not expecting this product to be as sturdy as it was, considering the low price.Very good product!
Denise King from Montgomery, AL– Verified Buyer
I love the cart. It's absolutely perfect for my classroom. Assembly was a little challenging, and the instructions were not as detailed as I would have liked. The illustrations on the instructions were also inadequate; however, patience during the assembly process is well worth it. Overall, the cart is wonderful.
Sparky from Hawaii– Verified Buyer
I bought this for my classroom! Love it! Installation was pretty easy though better instructions would help. I did not get free shipping as I did not live in the continental USA but shipping cost was fair and fast.
Jorge Garcia from Clarksville, TN– Verified Buyer
A very good and sturdy cart. Very happy with it. It was very easy to assamble. We at church have a computer, video projector and speakers on it. Easy to move around in our building.
Warren from Loganville, GA– Verified Buyer
Used for Church school events. Provides a self contatined AV unit. Shelves hold amp, speakers and projector with slide out shelf for laptop.
Great AV/multipurpose cart
Lab Manager in MA from Boston, MA– Verified Buyer
I work in a research lab and after searching high and low for a desk or cart to put a small piece of equipment on, decided to give this station a try. It is perfect! It was easy to put together, is the perfect height and the slide out tray is phenomenal for note taking while observing the equipment.
Ultimately a decent product
Jim the traveling teacher from South Shore Massachusetts– Verified Buyer
I am a traveling teacher, which means that I do not have my own classroom. I purchased this AV cart to make it easier to carry my items (folders, briefcase, text book, laptop, projector, speakers) from classroom to classroom and so that I didn't have to borrow one from anyone else. I have a borrowed one at school, which is very similar in style and function to the cart I purchased, but I wanted one that had a separate tray for a laptop. With the one I borrowed, my laptop had to share the top shelf with the projector -- at any given time, either could be perilously hanging over the edge.I like this product because it meets my specifications, it's neat looking and appears to be fairly sturdy.There were a few things that I did not appreciate. It didn't take me as long as one of the reviewers to assemble. However, had there been more organization to the packaging, i.e. if the directions for the cart assembly and shelf assembly were in the same plastic bag, I would have managed the assembly better.The allen screws that were provided to attach the rails for the laptop tray to the tubing posts of the cart were virtually useless. I actually used my own 1/2" screws after creating pilot holes in the tubing posts. I suspect pilot holes were not pre-drilled because you actually determine at what height you want to place the laptop (this makes sense). So, you will have to do some measuring to make sure the railings are fairly level on both sides.After the rails were in place, attaching the tray to the rails and sliders was pretty easy.The laptop tray itself is metal, which is not the worst thing in the world. But, why not use the same (plastic) material as the other 3 trays for the cart (top, middle and bottom trays)? My metal laptop tray actually has a few dents in it from the manufacturer[...].I plan to purchase a skid-free mat for the metal, laptop tray. I would tend to think this will be a necessity, if you want to protect your laptop investment. It would have been nice for the skid-free mat to be included as part of the purchase price, as well as edges (similar to the other trays on the cart) and not just a flat surface. Also, most of the carts at my school have a skid-free mat for the top tray of the cart, including the one I currently am borrowing.I would have given a higher rating for this cart had I not experienced some of the above faults. Still I think it will suit my purposes and I suppose I would recommend it to a friend. But, I would talk him or her through the installation.