RAM-SM1-101

RAM Mount Seat-Mate Systems

RAM Mount Seat-Mate Systems

Description

The RAM Mount Seat-Mate System can transform most any passenger seat into a work station, by simply unpacking the mount from the compact bag, unfolding the legs, and buckling it in.

Features

  • High Strength Composite And Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
  • Compact, Portable, Amazingly Strong
  • No Tools Required
List Price
$118.49
Your Price
$112.99
In Stock

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Details

Truly innovative in design, this product is able to actively hold onto the seat and stabilize itself. For anyone who needs a temporary mobile workstation, this mounting solution is absolutely perfect. Designed to easily pack into a travel bag, suit case, or even under the seat of a vehicle, RAM makes it possible to create a comfortable workspace in minutes where ever your job takes you. The RAM Seat-Mate is perfect for laptops, tablets, and UMPCs. The integrated rubber ball and socket system allows the user to achieve ergonomic viewing and typing angles. If you're a mobile professional, this product was designed for you.


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Seat-Mate Systems RAM-SM1-101 Seat-Mate System, with Amps Mount
$112.99
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RAM Mount Seat-Mate System w/Universal Laptop Tough Tray II RAM-SM1-234-6 Seat-Mate System, with Universal Laptop Tough Tray II
$145.99
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RAM Mount Seat-Mate System w/Universal Laptop Tough Tray RAM-SM1-234-3 Seat-Mate System, with Universal Laptop Tough Tray
$167.99
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