This car kit's EasyPort windscreen mount is basically the same design found on, and ranges. It rotates around the rear speaker with a suction cup that's activated via a ring dial. Storing it is a cinch, as it folds up compactly.
However, there is one important difference — and it's shared with the TomTom Start — it's not detachable, so adjusting the viewing position doesn't require an elaborate two-handed ballet with frequent invocations to heavenly powers and sudden loud references to human excrement.
If you happen to own both an iPod Touch and an , be aware that this cradle is designed specifically to fit iPod Touches; attempting to fit it to an iPhone will only be met with plastic-snapping belligerence.
While the iPod Touch kit misses out on Bluetooth hands-free — there's no phone connectivity after all — it has all the other features present in the more expensive. So, it charges an iPod Touch via your car's cigarette lighter port and has a 3.5mm line-out jack for car stereo's equipped with an auxiliary port.