RAM-HOL-AP8D2U

RAM Mount Apple iPad 2 Docking Station with Uni-Conn

RAM Mount Apple iPad 2 Docking Station with Uni-Conn

Description

The RAM Mount Apple iPad 2 Docking Station with Uni-Conn is perfect for business applications such as educational, medical, retail, and much more.

Features

  • Unique Design Enables The Use Of The Factory iPad Charging Cable And Docking Connector
  • Compatible With Many Cable Accessories
  • Quickly Dock And Undock Your iPad Without Requiring The Insertion And Removal Of The Charging Cable
List Price
$46.49
Your Price
$41.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details



Features:

  • Use the iPad in your vehicle for an all-in-one entertainment media solution
  • Lifetime Warranty


Popular Cable Accessories Available:

  • 1. iPad Charging
  • 2. DVI Video Output
  • 3. Composite Video Output
  • 4. HDMI Video Output
  • 5. VGA Output
  • 6. Audio Output
  • 7. Enhanced GPS Module


Material:
High Strength Composite

Note:
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag. RAM docks do not include the RAM-B-202U (Round Base & 1" Ball) or RAM-202U (Round Base & 1.5" Ball), required to attach to the dock and RAM mounting system.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Apple iPad 2 Docking Station with Uni-Conn RAM-HOL-AP8D2U Apple iPad 2 Docking Station with Uni-Conn
$41.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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