First Look: Luxa2 H7 Dura-Mount Universal Car Mount for iPad + iPad 2

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Given Luxa2’s past track record in developing completely adjustable iPad mounts, it’s no surprise to see the company ready so quickly with an in-car version touted as “for new iPad,” the H7 Dura-Mount ($TBD). Armed with a huge suction cup at one end, H7 has a flexible mounting bar in the center, and a completely repositionable iPad/iPad 2 holder that can slide off to the other end or sit somewhere else on the bar as you desire. Though it looks like an oversized black spider from afar, the mount can expand and contract to handle the original iPad, iPad 2, and other devices inside or outside of cases, just like Luxa2’s earlier desk-mounting solutions. We’ll have to test H7 to make sure that it doesn’t put undue weight on the glass windshield that it’s supposed to rely upon in your car, but the flexibility of the mounting bracket and arm are both quite impressive. It ships with a huge velvet carrying bag.

First Look: Luxa2 H7 Dura-Mount Universal Car Mount for iPad + iPad 2


First Look: Luxa2 H7 Dura-Mount Universal Car Mount for iPad + iPad 2

First Look: Luxa2 H7 Dura-Mount Universal Car Mount for iPad + iPad 2

First Look: Luxa2 H7 Dura-Mount Universal Car Mount for iPad + iPad 2

First Look: Luxa2 H7 Dura-Mount Universal Car Mount for iPad + iPad 2

First Look: Luxa2 H7 Dura-Mount Universal Car Mount for iPad + iPad 2

First Look: Luxa2 H7 Dura-Mount Universal Car Mount for iPad + iPad 2

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Our Rating

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Company and Price

Company: Thermaltake/Luxa2

Website: www.Luxa2.com

Model: H7 Dura-Mount

Price: TBD

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.