The RAM Mount Tab-Lock Universal Locking Cradle features interchangeable cup ends that are designed to optimize the functionality of your tablet, allowing access to audio jacks, usb, power, and other ports.
The spring loaded design makes it easy to load and unload your tablet, 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 tablet can be used just as it was intended. Quickly lock the cradle, keeping your tablet secure and safe from theft. Perfect for stationary or on the go applications, the RAM-HOL-TABL16U is just what you need to get the most out of your tablet.
1. Locking mechanism for theft deterrence
2. Support cups contain open slots to accommodate for tablets of various sizes
3. Back plate can support various size support cups
4. Spring loaded tension provides secure support for your tablet
5. Spring loaded cradle allows for quick release of your tablet
6. High strength materials maximize longevity of cradle
7. Full access to all ports
8. Lifetime warranty
High Strength Composite
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag. The cradle includes a set of four nuts and bolts to connect the cradle to any of the RAM compatible mounts. RAM cradles do not include the RAM-B-202U (Round Base & Ball) or RAP-B-202U (Round Composite Base & Ball), required to attach to the cradle and RAM mounting system.
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|RAM-HOL-TABL16U||Tab-Lock Universal Locking Cradle, for Google Nexus 7 Tablet with Heavy Duty Case||
|RAM-HOL-TABL18U||Tab-Lock Universal Locking Cradle, for Google Nexus 7 With or Without Light Duty Sleeve||
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|RAM-HOL-TABL17U||Tab-Lock Universal Locking Cradle, for Apple iPad with LifeProof and Lifedge Cases||
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