Libraries are first and foremost places of information. In today’s world, people may not just go to libraries when they need to find books. Libraries also offer a wealth of digital resources that can range from e-books to online journals. The information that can be found in these establishments of learning can be hard for individuals to access from home. 

About Libraries

Libraries are communities that cater to the needs of society, young and old. Children can develop a love for reading from frequent visits to the library whereas older children may turn to the library as their first source of information when researching a project. Many adults also enjoy going to the library for the peace and quiet that can be found there. This is all on top of the wide range of reading materials available, both online and offline. Libraries in higher education institutions have subscriptions to academic journals that students would not be able to access through their own networks, continuing to make libraries a vital hub of colleges in the digital age.

Technological Needs of Libraries

With the wealth of online and offline resources that libraries stock, it is important to keep all these resources organized so that users can find what they are looking for easily. This information is usually organized within a computerized system, and it is vital to the efficient running of a library that this system is up and running. Other processes such as the borrowing and returning of books, identity verification when accessing online journals and more all hinge on technology as well.

Below are just some examples of technological and equipment needs libraries may require:

  • Cables
  • Adapters
  • Chargers
  • … and many more!

Custom Technology Solutions for Libraries

The modern library is an amalgamation of online and offline books and journals, but one thing is clear: the proliferation of digital books has not negated the important role a library plays in a community. It just means that now, libraries have a unique set of technological needs, which include

  • Connect HDMI-enabled devices to A/V receivers, TV displays, and more.
  • Lend groups of HDMI and USB-C to USB-C cables to library customers.
  • … and many more!

Why Should Libraries Work with Pacroban Electronics?

As a product design company based in San Francisco, Pacroban Electronics offers well-designed products at reasonable prices for libraries, regardless of whether it is located within an educational institution or community. When you first come to us, we take the time to understand your unique needs before customizing the most suitable products and solutions for you. 

A 30 day money back warranty is available with all our products, giving you peace of mind that if something goes wrong due to a fault on the manufacturer’s part, it will be replaced for free. To this end, prepaid return shipping labels are included with every order. 10% of our proceeds are donated to charities such as UNICEF’s USA Education Program.

If you would like more information about our custom technology solutions for libraries or other customer related issues, feel free to email us at support@pacroban.com.