OverviewThe Bretford PowerSync Case provides a portable platform for educational institutions, museums, and other organizations to distribute and update their information using iPod. This rugged plastic case allows then to sync, charge, and safely transport up to 20 iPod players.
- Portable solution stores and charges up to 20 iPod players with dock connector
- Individual compartments with high-density padding for each iPod
- Rugged plastic shipping case protects equipment when in transit or storage
- LED indicators to monitor the charging status of each iPod
- Set-up and reference guide built into the case for easy access
- Syncs 20 iPod devices simultaneously using iTunes software
- When running iOS 5, each iPod touch must be turned off to enable syncing
- USB cable included for connecting to a Mac
- Easy-to-reach on/off power switch
- User-programmable combination lock and security cable to deter theft
- TUV certified and FCC and RoHS compliant
Did you notice?You can sync, organize, store and charge up to 20 iPod players at the same time.
Apple Recommends ForEducational institutions, museums and other organizations that want to share music, photos or video whenever, wherever they like with up to 20 people.
What's in the Box?
- Bretford PowerSync Case
- USB Cable
- Height : 8.0 in./20.3 cm
- Width : 20.5 in./52.0 cm
- Depth : 17.0 in./43.2 cm
- Weight : 22.0 lb./10.0 kg
- Mac OS X v10.4 or later
- iTunes 7.1 or later
- Mfr. Part Number : TV403VC/A
- UPC or EAN No. : 96633310296
- Note : Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty : One year
iPod 5th Generation (video)
iPod classic 80GB/160GB (2007)
iPod classic 120GB (2008)
iPod classic 160GB (2009)
iPod nano 4th Generation (video)
iPod nano 5th Generation (video camera)
iPod nano 6th Generation
iPod touch 1st Generation
iPod touch 2nd Generation
iPod touch 4th Generation
Ratings & Reviews
I am an elementary school teacher and we use several Bretford products within our school
District. This product has been especial ly helpful. Since we can not afford to purchase enough iPods for each school, we share them and this case has been wonderful for this purpose. The iPods are transferred between the 5 schools several times a week and the case has done an excellent job with protecting them, as well as providing a syncing solution. I read the previous review and I personally don't see a design flaw as such. The case does not have padding along the sides, but we haven't had any issues, especially since all of our iPods have protective cases on them. I can't imagine not having individual cases on iPods that are being used by a bunch of elementary students with "slippery" fingers :). Overall, I love the case and the other Bretford products that we use. They have helped us bring technology into the classrooms which facilitates critical thinking and prepares our students with the necessary skills to succeed in the outside world. …
- Written by Suzanne W
43 of 48 people found this useful
Fire the slack idiot who scraped by designing this & the fool who approved
We have several of these and they are POORLY designed. The issues below I am sending to them to see if they bother correcting them :
1) The doc connectors are on extremely short cables -but the plug is almost twice the length of Apple's dock connector
2) as a result the cables cannot curl or bend and instead force the ipod against the outer wall of the case and up into the air at an angle
3) There is no padding around the shell so the ipods are forced into hard contact with the outer shell because of this
4) additionally there is a lot of stress placed on the connectors and the ipod connection. The cables are disconnecting from the ipods. You can literally watch them break connection as the minutes tick by.
5) The power supply area is HUGE for something charging ipods and should have been built smaller and/or with recesses to accommodate the cables. It could also have been built taller (2 inches of open space) instead of wider to allow the needed space for foam around the edge of case and for the cables to flex.
6) These cables are going to break as a result of the stress placed on them and they are not detachable/user replaceable.
7) Both the power and the USB connectors are on the inside of the case. So you cannot plug in the case unopened to charge or sync. Possibly a heat issue but I have seen no heat problems. That could be remedied with vents in the case.
The James Bond like case (possibly Pelican brand) will probably survive a fall from a skyscraper. However the ipods would not because they contact the bare hard case. The case concept is good but this so badly executed that those involved with this need fired. In the time I took to write this 3 ipods have disconnected from there cables. This case is an Epic Fail. …
- Written by wolf M from grafton
62 of 73 people found this useful
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