Brodit Holder with lock - car holder

Mfg. Part: 539718 | CDW Part: 4386432 | UNSPSC: 56112005
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Was $119.99
$91.99 Advertised Price
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  • Car holder
  • for Microsoft Surface Pro 3
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Main Features
  • Car holder
  • for Microsoft Surface Pro 3
Passive holder with tilt swivel. 2 keys included. For device with UAG case.

This holder is to be used when you want to secure your Surface Pro 3 and still have it easy accessible.

The holder is also perfect for use in stores, at exhibitions and any place where you want to use your Surface Pro 3 without having it easy removable. The holder is made of extra strong plastic and is equipped with a lock. In order to remove the Surface Pro 3 from the holder you need the key, two keys are included. The holder is mounted onto a tilt swivel. This means that you can adjust the angle in order to avoid light reflection on the screen. You can easily switch between portrait and landscape mode by turning the holder into desired position.

Tablets (Surfpads) should not be installed onto a car's dashboard if they block the view or block key controls. ProClip (Brodit's vehicle mounting bracket) is designed for installation of smaller devices like mobile phones and GPS devices, ProClip is not designed for large devices like tablets. In some vehicles the ProClip has an extra firm fit and can then be used also for installation of a tablet. If you want to place a tablet onto the car's dashboard, each combination of tablet-car must be examined in detail by you in order to determine if such an installation is possible in the specific case. Consideration should be given to the position and how firmly the ProClip is in place, as well as the size of the tablet you wish to use. Brodit will not give any recommendations for such installations.

An installation of a tablet onto a vehicle's dashboard is always done on the customer's own responsibility. Brodit recommends to use tablets on the car's headrest, installed onto a Brodit headrest mount.

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