Phone, GPS and Tablet Mounts for a Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry is one of those vehicles that can accept almost any mount.  Not a lot that will not work in this car but there are a few locations that will work better than others.  Last week, I looked at the Jeep Renegade which was the exact opposite, almost nowhere to mount anything.  This restores my faith that car designers haven’t lost their minds. As usual, a photo of the interior of is attached to this article.  It’s a very conventional design.  Not a lot of unexpected curves or lips.  Even the seat bolt is exposed.  Normally, I go on … Read more…

Phone, GPS and Tablet Mounts for a Jeep Renegade

I recently had the opportunity to drive a 2015 Jeep Renegade.  You shouldn’t be shocked to know that one of the first things I wanted to do was mount my smartphone in the Jeep Renegade.  This is one of the more challenging vehicles to mount anything in.  So here’s our article to help owners of a Jeep Renegade looking to mount a cell phone, tablet or GPS in their vehicle. The Jeep Renegade has compact almost squished interior.  I had plenty of leg room and didn’t feel confined but when it came time to find a suitable place to mount anything, it was difficult.  There are … Read more…

Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 Mounts

Released in July of 2015, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 sports some new features including a non-slip fabric-style rear casing that enables a better grip while holding the tablet.  In this article, we take a look at Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 mounts for your car or home use. The Galaxy Tab E 9.6 has a unique shape.  Not quite as large as a full size tablet but a little larger than a midsize tablet.  Somewhat similar in size to an Apple iPad Air.  While this unique shape brings some challenges to finding the proper mount, there are still a lot of choices available. … Read more…

Car Seat Bolt Mounts for Tablets, SmartPhones and Sirius Radio

Car seat bolt mounts have been around for 15 years.  The first one that I ever ran into was from a company called Arkon out in California.  They made a 15-inch seat bolt mount for your satellite radio.  This was infinitely better than the sticky mount that you got with your XM Radio which fell off the dash the first hot day in July.  I really thought I was a genius when I found that.  Even though it was only 15 inches high, it placed the radio at the perfect location and I never had to worry about the sticky … Read more…