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TomTom PDA Car Kit?

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by dickys3, Jul 13, 2004.

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    [Jul 13, 2004]
    I have a XDA2 and have TomTom 3 with GPS Reciever.

    I need to purchase some sort of holder thingy so I can mount it in the car neatly!

    I have seen that TomTom do a car kit and was wondering if anyone has one? Is it any good!

    What I like about it is the ability to charge the pda and reciever from it!

    anyone got any experience with it? I take it it is a sucker mount type that sticks to the Window?

    Cheers
    Rich.
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    [Jul 14, 2004]
    I've got the Co-pilot version for my iPAQ, which came with a windscreen sucker. I found that the sucker kept falling off and setting the alarm off!!! I then bought a clip off ebay that comes in two parts - one clips into the air-vent, the other sticks to the back of the iPAQ. Then you just marry the two of them together. Unfortunately there isn't a power adapter, so you'd have to get one from ebay.

    Hope this helps.

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    [Jul 14, 2004]
    try the brodit cradle www.brodit.se (there is an english option) - these cradles have car specific non-damaging fixing kits, and have active powered connectors - drop the xda in the cradle and it is powered from the car, along with options for cables gps receivers.
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    [Jul 14, 2004]
    Thanks for the advice
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