The RAM Mount Tab-Dock Cradle features a spring loaded design that makes it easy to load and unload your iPad, along with keeping it secure while on the go.
The Tab-Dock holder consists of a spring loaded back plate, custom support cups and Uni-Conn docking connector for the 4th generation iPad with factory lightning connector. The Uni-Conn docking connector enables the use of the factory iPad cables with docking connector for charging as well as other functions. Also works with most aftermarket cables and or modules with docking connectors. With the vast variety of available cable/docking connector accessories for the iPad you can quickly dock your iPad for charging, line out audio, external GPS antenna and much more. This spring loaded design makes it easy to load and unload your iPad, along with keeping it secure while on the go. Interchangeable cup ends are designed to optimize the functionality of your tablet, allowing access to audio jacks, USB, power, and other ports, your iPad can be used just as it was intended.
This Tab-Dock cradle is compatible with the following tablets:
Apple iPad mini WITHOUT CASE, SKIN, SLEEVE
The Tab-Dock cradle is compatible with any tablet that will fit the dimensions listed below. It is important to verify the dimensions of your tablet when determining the overall size.
High Strength Composite
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag. Diamond base adapter not included with purchase. Primary usage of the RAM-HOL-TAB11U is in low vibration environments.
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