Mount Me mounts your iPad almost anywhere

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 17th, 2011

Sometimes you wish that you could easily mount your iPad on something other than your desk. It’s convenient for watching movies, looking at a recipe, or whatever. Well, here’s something that will make it easier to mount your iPhone anywhere.

The Mount Me (that’s what she said!) Freedom. Despite the odd name, it is very useful. It comes with an articulating stand that lets you adjust the angle of the iPad and it can be wall mounted. Your iPad sits in a special case that has a quick-release so you can pop it out of the mount anytime you like. It also comes with four suction cups for mounting to smooth surfaces. Pretty cool.

Sanus VMA301 iPad Mount Adapter mounts your iPad to the wall

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2011

The iPad is supposed to be portable. Even so, sometimes you want to mount it somewhere so it can act as a monitor. Sanus can help. They have unveiled a new wall mount adapter for the iPad. The adapter doesn’t include the actual wall mount, but it does come with the adapter that you need in order to mount the iPad to any wall mount that uses a 100 x 100 VESA mount plate.

The adapter features a virtual Axis 3D faceplate that allows the iPad to be moved from portrait to landscape modes. The faceplate only works with the Sanus MF202, MF209, MF215, MC1A and MD115 wall mounts however.

Griffin mount puts your ipad under a cabinet

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2010

If you want to mount your iPad under a cabinet, Griffin has unveiled a new iPad cabinet mount that will help you. It will mount under, beside or on any cabinet anywhere as long as that cabinet is 14-inches deep or more. It also works hanging under a kitchen cabinet if you have the room.

This mount makes it easy to get the most out of your iPad. It has an articulating arm that moves 90-degrees forward and backward allowing it to fold flat under the cabinet when you are finished with your video, recipes or whatever. The arm also rotates in a compete circle so you can view it from any angle.

ProClip Droid X Smartphone Mount

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2010

Do you have a dock in your car for your phone? Probably not. You probably just put the phone into the cup holder or toss it on the seat. But when you do that, your phone might end up in the floor and that isn’t good.

Well, ProClip is here to help. ProClip has these vehicle mounts for just about any car on the road. Just choose a device specific mount to go with those clips and they will hold your mobile phone safely and securely. Now ProClip has announced a new mount for the Motorola Droid X.

Sanus Systems offers cheap and easy HDTV wall mount needing no stud

Posted in Home Theater by Shane McGlaun on April 1st, 2010

I once wanted to wall mount a HDTV in my bedroom until I found out that there were no studs where the wife wanted it and she couldn’t move the set over a foot without “ruining the room.” If you have found yourself in a similar spot, Sanus Systems has a new wall mount that is perfect for you.

The mount is a freestanding unit that puts your TV up in the air on the wall, but doesn’t need a stud to mount. The legs of the stand support the weight of the TV. There are two models including the FS56 for screens up to 56″ and the FS46 for up to 46″ sets.

NewerTech offers windshield mount for iPhone 3G/3GS

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Shane McGlaun on December 30th, 2009

When I first got my iPhone 3GS I downloaded a navigation app and headed out for a road trip. It didn’t take long to realize that there was no place to put the iPhone in my car where I could see it. I needed a holder of some sort like my normal GPS device has.

NewerTech has announced just such a device with a new Window Mount for the iPhone 3G/3GS. The mount is 9-inches long overall and comes in black only. The device uses a suction cup to mount the iPhone on the window of your car.

iPhone Bike Mount: watch movies from your ambulance

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2008

iPhone Bike Mount: watch movies from your ambulance
I can understand wanting some tunes while riding your bike. But watching movies while you pedal away is probably not a great idea. The up side is, you’ll have something to do while the EMTs are trying to untangle your legs from your bike spokes.

Obviously, the iPhone Bike Mount is not going to improve your life. All it can really do is foreshadow your asphalt demise as your eyes are always drawn to your beautiful gadget. This particular form of assisted suicide will only cost you $14.99. And when you reach those pearly gates and they ask you what the last thing you saw was, you can tell them it was Desperate Housewives. It’s so pathetic that you might actually get a second chance. Maybe.