The Bracketron Mobotron Universal Vehicle Laptop Mount is a heavy-duty in-vehicle laptop computer mount for laptop users on the go.
The Universal Vehicle Laptop Mount is a heavy duty in-vehicle computer laptop mount for the computer user on the go.Designed for the professional road warrior that needs a sturdy and flexible mounting system for their laptop computer.Our Bracketron laptop mount is made from heavy duty 30mm aluminum tubing and high strength alloy locking joints creating a solid and rugged mount for your laptop.The Bracketron system secures to the passengers side seat bolt utilizing a quick release fitting. The mount can be remove easily in seconds or just folded and locked in place on the floor, out of the way, and ready for use the next time it's needed.The quick release telescoping lower arm provides easy adjustment for height and position and also allows the deck to swing out of the way when not in use.Adjusting the computer angle is controlled easily with the professional Sure-Grip Pan-Head Deck with its convenient one hand locking control lever.The Bracketron system is great for traveling business people, police and fire departments, field service agents, courier and delivery fleets or anybody that needs a laptop computer in a motor vehicle.
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