Leba Innovation A/S UK

LEBA innovation A/S is a Danish company with over 10 years of research, development and sales excellence, creating innovative solutions for customers throughout Europe.

We have developed our products in collaboration with schools and educational institutions as a whole. We base our products on everyday life in educational settings. Therefore we are keen on serving you and your IT equipment with the highest level of quality, functionality and flexibility.

The constant development of our products  is important for us as a means of ensuring you that our IT solutions always live up to the highest educational standards and requirements.

Address: Leba Innovation A/S UK
The Hay Barn, Stoney Croft Farm
Reigate Road
Betchworth
RH3 7EY
Surrey
UK
   
Url: http://www.leba-innovation.com/
E-mail: tr@leba-innovation.com
Telephone: 0800 7797384

Products


  NoteBox
Static solution for storage, charging and syncing of iPads and Tablets

  NoteCart
Mobile solution for storage and charging of Laptops, iPads or Tablets

  NoteCase
NoteCase is available in various standard versions – either as a modern and stylish aluminium case or a black robust trolley case.

  NoteLocker
NoteCart offers secure storage and charging of your devices, no matter of size or make.

  NoteSync
Synchronisation, charging and maintenance of iPads and Tablets

  Series8 charger
Very intelligent charging for up to 8 USB chargeable devices



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The TES reports that recent proposals that would change how Ofsted inspects schools risk increasing the pressure felt by those being assessed.