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Image Number 9 for United States Patent #7325891.

A computer cart is formed to have ventilation channels extending along its sides to enable computers to be ventilated while stored in the computer cart without requiring excessive machining of the side panels forming the cart. The cart includes a frame with an external skin formed of panels. The upper edges of the side panels are offset from an edge of a top panel so that a ventilation channel is formed between the top panel and the side panels. Optionally, the channel may also extend between the top panel and a side panel and between the top panel and a front panel including doors that allow access to an inside of the computer cart. A similar channel may be formed on the bottom. As air is heated by computers within the computer cart, the warm air will rise and exit the computer cart via the upper ventilation channel, while drawing in cooler air through the lower ventilation channel.








 
 
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