New Way to Avoid Tickets While Driving
With no cell phone use while driving being highly enforced by our government officials, companies are focused on creating accessories to uphold the law. In hopes of creating a new generation of devices that incorporate mobile devices into the safety and protection of people, one of the leading manufacturers for accessories has created a new line that appears to do just that.
Along with its new accessory line designed to protect cell phones from being damaged, Bracketron has launched a new collection of in-vehicle mounting solutions for CES (News - Alert) 2013. The Mi-T Grip Dash/Window and Universal Tablet Window Mount will headline, offering a chance for viewers to see the security and convenience the new line will offer.
The Mi-T Grip Dash Mount’s patented Temporbond technology allows users to attach the device to the surface inside their car, boat, office or home for easy viewing and accessibility to their cell phone. It features a unique grip with a rotating head that holds devices (with or without a case), in both portrait and landscape positions. We know how fragile and costly our cell phones are, so the suction mount is infused with a patented polyurethane ring to attach to most surfaces without the risk of falling off.
The Universal Tablet Window Mount provides a secure way to attach your iPad mini or tablet to your windshield for safe, hands-free navigation and usage. It offers the same ability to attach to most surfaces, giving both your passengers in the front and back seats the perfect view.
With Braketron’s new mounting collection, we can see that more and more innovative ways are entering the industry to protect the way we use our mobile devices. Now, there is no excuse for damaging your products or getting any unwanted driving tickets.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman