Update (9/28/2014): I have had these for a couple of years now, but they are starting to fall apart (the flimsy back piece is falling off causing the sides to bow and then the dividers to fall down). So I replaced that line back board with a sturdier board, wood glue, and screws (instead of those little small toothpick like nails). Holding strong now (6/20/2016). So if you are making one, skip the skinny nails, add glue, use small screws, and maybe add a cross piece.
I got a set of chromebooks for my classroom. They cost about $250 each, which is considerably cheaper than the laptops we use. Our school district set up google accounts for all the students, so now students can access their files from anywhere they can get on the internet. Students can use the google apps to create their files, rather than using their flash drives. Some of my kids lost their flash drives as well had issues with Mac/PC or Word/Pages. It has been a great situation so far, but I was worried about keeping the chromebooks nice and well taken cared of so that they last awhile. I also wanted a good safe place to store them. I looked at those school supply catalogs and laptop storage with a charging station cost at least $500, the price of two chromebooks. I knew that was too much, so I thought I could come up with something. I found a paper sorter shelf at Office Depot, that was just the right size. I drilled holes in the back, and then glued velcro on the side. The chromebooks came with a velcro wrap to bundle up the cords. I used this wrap so that the charging cords would be stuck to the front and not get jammed back into the shelf. But if your computers don’t have velcro, it’s easy to add.