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It's not as if we often think we've seen it all before, but a car mount for an iPhone is surely a car mount for an iPhone. It has to go in your car, it has to hold the phone, there's not exactly a world of possibilities here. Yet we haven't seen, and we didn't expect, the Bracketron TekGrip Power Dock. It took a little getting used to, but we are used to it now, and we're rather fond of it.
Being eco-friendly isn't an attribute typically given to charging devices, but Bracketron aims to change that with the Mushroom GreenZero travel charger. Electronista has one to give away, so read on to learn more about how this energy-saving charger, and how to enter to win.
Now that we are well on our way into 2013, we decided it was time to clean out the prize closet and make some room for fresh new prizes. We have a variety of items to give away, like Bracketron SmartWraps, a universal USB travel power kit, and PuttyWorld Thinking Putty. Read on to find out more about these prizes, what else we have available, and how you can enter to win.
Bracketron has added two more mounts to its range of mobile device holders. The Mi-T Grip Dash Mount attaches to a dashboard or any hard surface using suction, and provides a low-profile way of holding an iPad mini or small tablet in a vehicle. A more-conventional Universal Tablet Window Mount performs the same task, but has a reinforced articulating arm and 360-degree rotating head for precise positioning from a glass surface. Prices and a release date have yet to be revealed, but are likely to be around $30 each, based on previous releases.
Bracketron have unveiled the MetalDock charging dock for iPhone 4 and 4S. The curved L-shape dock was revealed at the same time as the Mushroom GreenZero battery charger at CTIA Wireless. The MetalDock is a curved metal combination dock for charging and synching, while the Mushroom GreenZero is an energy-conscious wall charger suitable for world travel.
Bracketron is bringing a motorized in-wall iPad mounting system to the US, Canada, and Mexico. The iDock, created by iRoom, an Austrian company specializing in home and office automation, mounts flush into a wall with either a portrait or landscape orientation. Touching a proximity sensing button opens the dock, and ten seconds after the iPad is inserted, it automatically closes.