First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

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Sold separately, Arkon’s Universal Tablet Headrest Mount ($40) and Universal Windshield Tablet Mount ($40) are hard plastic and rubber kits that enable iPads and other tablets to be attached either to the back of a front seat headrest for rear-seat viewing, or to a long windshield-mounted pipe for front seat access. Both kits come with a spring-loaded, pressurized plastic and rubber-tipped frame that can grab and hold almost any tablet, expanding two of its four feet as necessary to accommodate encased or unencased devices. The Headrest Mount uses screw hooks to attach to the metal pipes in most headrests, and the Windshield Mount uses a suction cup and a 14″ to 18.5″ extending arm with a locking clasp in the center. Ball joints enable your iPad to turn on whatever orientation you prefer, and tilt to the viewing angle you like.

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

First Look: Arkon Universal Tablet Headrest Mount + Windshield Tablet Mount

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Company and Price

Company: Arkon

Website: www.Arkon.com

Model: Headrest Mount, Windshield Mount

Price: $40 (Each)

Compatible: iPad, iPad 2

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Jeremy Horwitz

Jeremy Horwitz was the Editor-in-Chief at iLounge. He has written over 5,000 articles and reviews for the website and is one of the most respected members of the Apple media. Horwitz has been following Apple since the release of the original iPod in 2001. He was one of the first reviewers to receive a pre-release unit of the device, and his review helped put iLounge on the map as a go-to source for Apple news.