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Apple's iPad is a glorious addition to any in-car entertainment system, but getting one installed by a dealer can be a costly affair. Luckily, it's possible to save yourself a small fortune by opting for a third-party, do-it-yourself system, such as the Cygnet CarGo. It's a £28 iPad mount that allows you to safely strap your tablet to the back of almost any car's headrest.
Cheap and easy
The CarGo's appearance doesn't inspire confidence. It looks fiddly, cheap and like it would break as soon as you touch it. It was with an air of trepidation that we entrusted it with cradling one of our beloved iPads.
Fortunately, installing the CarGo, which consists of two parts, is really easy. One section clips onto the adjustable metal supports of your car's headrest. The second component, which holds your iPad on its left and right sides to keep it in place, slots onto the protruding arm of the first.
I adjust myself
Once everything is hooked up -- a process that took us under five minutes -- it's possible to rotate the iPad into landscape or portrait orientations, although the mechanism for doing so isn't very quick or smooth. It's rather shoddy, in fact, and makes a disconcerting snapping noise. That made us worry we were about to snap the CarGo into pieces every time we tried to rotate it.