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Bracketron gives drivers wanting ready access to a tablet in the car for navigation an easy way to window-mount their devices.
This solidly constructed aluminum smartphone holder has a nice finish, but a short mounting arm means difficult in-car positioning.
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If you have a smartphone, you likely use it as a music player in your car, making your car CD player obsolete. This Satechi smartphone mount makes use of that legacy piece of equipment.
The Logitech Harmony Smart Control combines RF functionality and smartphone control in an affordable universal-remote package, but the complexity of the initial setup will burden some buyers.
The new $150 universal remote system swaps a standard clicker for a full-size keyboard, letting you type directly into devices like the Apple TV, Xbox One, PS3, Mac/PC computers, and Roku boxes.
Despite its high price and a handful of drawbacks, the Logitech Harmony Ultimate is an impressive, feature-rich universal remote that's well worth the investment, particularly if you have a lot of components in your system.
The Seidio Innotraveler's hinged structure proved difficult to adjust, and its screws were prone to come loose in our testing.
The U-Grip Plus mount is short, but its sticky suction cup base lets you place it on just about any flat surface in your car.
The TackForm Steady Clip Universal Mount holds most phones securely in the car, but its large grip is best suited for massive phablets.
The Clingo Universal Car Phone Mount would be an excellent smartphone mount if not for the need for frequent cleaning.