The RAM Mount POD III Universal No-Drill Laptop Mount allows for a custom fit for varying thicknesses of laptops and the freedom of not blocking ports or drives.
The RAM-316-3SW1U consists of the RAM POD III No-Drill vehicle base, three rigid aluminum rod legs, ratchet swing arm and RAM Tough-Tray. The base of the mount connects to your seat rail without any drilling necessary. The rigid aluminum rod legs can be bent to position your device to its optimum viewing location. The mount is designed with a RAM 1.5" diameter patented rubber ball and socket system that has adjustment points at both ends of the double socket arm; this allowing for almost infinite adjustment and perfect viewing angles.
The RAM Tough-Tray is spring loaded expandable tray that can accommodate 10 to 16 inch wide laptops. The tray includes four (4) side clamping arm with rubber grip feature. These arms can be moved both vertically and horizontally. This allows for a custom fit for varying thicknesses of laptops and the freedom of not blocking ports or drives. Hole patterns on perimeter of tray facilitate the mounting of additional RAM systems to support GPS, smartphones or other electronics.
At right angles to the base of two legs are feet with mounting holes. Simply place the holes into the passenger seat mounting bolts and adjust the mount to the required height with the rigid aluminum rod legs. The third leg on the RAM POD III should also be adjusted to help support the mount. The rigid aluminum rod arms will hold everything you need safely and securely.
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