Tablet Agnostic

Charges 32 iPad, Android and Windows tablets with iPad sync while LED indicator lights display charging and sync status of all your devices.

Under 5 minute setup

Pre-installed USB extension cables bring the USB ports to the front of the cart for simple and fast cabling of 30-pin, lightning, Micro USB or whatever comes next. Whether cabling for the first time, or replacing connectors as you change devices, TabSync will evolve with you.

Extra wide slots

At 0.96” slot width, TabSync easily fits your tablets while in almost any protective case.

Extra storage and power

Sliding drawers provide space for extra components such as laptops, cables or keyboards, while additional outlets provide power for laptops, document cameras and more.

Safe and Secure

TabSync offers slot-in sliding doors with a 3-point steel locking mechanism that keeps tablets safe, while the steel construction adds security and durability.

Model TabSync
Tablet Capacity 32
Tablet Slot Size (Max) Height = 10.71”
Depth = 11.5”
Width = 0.96”
Supported Devices Charging: Apple and Android Tablets @ up to 2.1A. Syncing: All iPad Models
Status Indicator 32 LEDs
Red = Charging
Green = Fully Charged
Flashing Green = Sync in Progress
Sync (2) Ports located on top of unit capable of
syncing 16 or 32 iPad devices simultaneously

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Cable Management Pre-installed USB cable extensions
External Power Outlets 3
Power System Input : AC 100~120V,50/60Hz 12A
Output for USB ports: DC 5V, 2.1A
Dimensions 32.28” x 21.65” x 36.61” inches
Packing Dimensions 32.87” x 22.64” x 42.32” inches
Assembly Ships fully assembled
Weight 161 LBs
Packing Weight 190 LBs

The TabSync is compatible with all generations of the Apple iPad, iPad mini and iPad Air. This includes the iPad (1st generation), iPad 2, iPad (3rd generation), iPad (4th generation), iPad Mini, and iPad Air. The TabSync also supports charge for Android tablets
The tablet slot size allows for a 11.5” x 0.96” x 10.43” case to fit. Cases with smaller dimensions will most likely fit, for more information please contact us at <a href=”” target=”_blank”></a>
The main power switch is located on the back side panel of the TabSync and is a red switch. The green power switch located on the top of the TabSync is for the three additional outlets.
The TabSync has two areas on the cart that can be securely locked with a padlock. The cabinet doors in the front and the panel on the back of the cart. Additionally, there is a hook on the back of the cart that can be used to securely lock down the cart to a wall or to the ground with a secure cable kit. Two of the four wheels on the cart have its own individual lock so that the TabSync doesn’t accidentally roll away.
To sync multiple tablets, simply connect the tablets to the TabSync’s USB hub and connect your computer to one of the two sync ports to sync up to 16 tablets. Connect both of the sync ports to your computer to sync up to 32 tablets. Open up iTunes or Apple Configurator on your computer and begin syncing the tablets.
Yes, the TabSync is capable of syncing both 30 pin and lighting devices simultaneously provided that you use the appropriate connectors. Devices should appear on your computer as they normally would.
We currently offer custom length cables (USB to Micro USB, USB to Apple 30 pin, USB to Apple 8 pin/Lightning Connector) that may be purchased.
It is recommended to only plug supported devices into the TabSync’s USB hub. AVer is not responsible for any damages done to the TabSync from use of un-supported devices.
The TabSync comes with a 10 year mechanical / 2 year electrical warranty.
The LED status indicators will be red while charging and turn solid green when the tablets are fully charged. When the tablets are syncing, the LED status indicators will flash green.
When tablets near a full charge they will begin to draw a very small amount of power; this can sometimes cause a flicker in the LED status between red and green. This is normally caused when devices exit or enter standby mode that are fully charged or nearly fully charged. Rest assured that your devices are still being charged properly.
If you are using a 2012 MacBook Air, please be sure you are running the latest patch. If you are using a 2013 MacBook Air, please run the following terminal command:
sudo nvram usb-options=”%01%00%00%00″
Once the command has been executed, restart the MacBook Air. To undo this, run the following terminal command:
sudo nvram -d usb-options
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