iRover2 Cart for 30-55in Flat Panels with Laptop Tray

$622.00 USD
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Why We Designed This

A flat panel purchase is a big investment. Be sure to protect your investment with a cart that provides flexibility and durability – not all flat panel carts are created equal! Here’s why to choose iRover2®.

This compact and mobile stand allows 30”-55” flat panels to be used anywhere in a classroom or school. It can be used in place of projectors, for displaying morning announcements or lesson plans, for small group learning activities, student presentations, and media projects, or in STEM labs for technology projects. It’s also useful for wayfinding at entrances and traveling teachers. When it’s paired with a webcam (optional mount is available), it helps make teaching online and in-class students easier.

Learn more about how the iRover2® supports inclusive and modified learning. Ask us about our Assembly program. View the Buying Guide

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Cart is made in Canada.


  • Laptop tray with rounded corners and strap to hold up to a 17” laptop and can be stowed
  • Sturdy frame that supports 30-55” flat panels with a maximum weight of 80lbs
  • Panel can be adjusted to landscape or portrait orientation (requires tools)
  • Shelf for placing accessories (remotes, keyboards, mouse, reference notes)
  • Height adjustable upon assembly with a range of 11 3/4” (30 cm) and seven fixed height settings, spaced 2” (5 cm) apart
  • Hook and loop ties for cable management
  • 3” twin wheel locking casters
  • Optional Webcam Mount (IFP6-WCM
  • Optional sound bar mount (IFP6-SBM)


  • Putting your flat panel on wheels allows sharing amongst classrooms, reducing your school's product impact and energy use.
  • Have a part that needs replacing? Keep your product in use longer, rather than sending your entire product to the landfill by using our Replacement Parts Program.
  • Finished with this product? Please follow the suggestions on our Product Lifecycle page.


  • We are working on removing all plastic from our packaging. Check back in with us soon to see our progress.
  • Measures: 62 1/2" (159 cm) H x 34 1/2" (88 cm) W x 33 1/2" (85 cm) D 
  • Supported Screen Size: 30"- 55"
  • VESA mounting pattern: 100 – 400 mm, max weight 80 lbs
  • Laptop surface measures 14.9" (38 cm) W x 11" (28 cm) D
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • UPC: 664678003048

Educator's Reviews

We have been extremely satisfied with the quality of the iRover2 and the amazing support we have received from Copernicus. The assembly and setup of the carts is very easy. The reaction from teachers has been very positive, they love the motorized lift and small size of the unit. iRover2s are in use in our classrooms on a daily basis and have withstood the rigors of student use. After evaluating a number of different carts, we decided to stay with Copernicus. It has become the only cart schools are allowed to purchase for their SMART Boards.

-Brian Wiegand, Technology Support Supervisor, Milwaukee Public Schools, WI

I have had the pleasure of using the Copernicus flat panel cart in my classroom this year.  The cart is easily portable between my class and other rooms.  The ease of adjusting the height of the display device is great. You can tell from the quality of construction that these carts are built to be highly functional and durable.

-Simon Wells, Teacher, Boyne Public School, Milton, ON

I’ve had the chance to use my SMARTboard in a variety of new ways, now that it does not have a permanent residence on the wall in my classroom. We are able to wheel the cart around the classroom for students to use if they need a larger space than their iPads afford them. I can also position the board so I can see it from different angles in the classroom. If you’re thinking about moving your interactive whiteboard from a static wall spot to a mobile cart, I highly recommend that you do it! I haven’t regretted the decision at all.

-Jessica M., K-5 STEAM Teacher, Jessica Meacham’s Classroom Snapshots