Bracketron's Universal USB Power Dock Pro Flex accommodates pretty much any smartphone
Today, Bracketron announced the availability of its Universal USB Power Dock Pro Flex, which is none other than a durable smartphone holder with a high output 12V USB port. As its name implies, its universal accommodation enables it hold onto any kind of smartphone – from small to big, it’ll be to handle it. Essentially, you place the Universal USB Power Dock Pro Flex into your car’s DC power source, and once it’s snuggly secured with its SmartGrip feet and PowerGrip arms, you can move the flexible neck to any angle that’s optimum to you.
Vice President of Marketing at Bracketron, Christian Johnson, said, “the USB Power Dock Pro Flex is a secure way to charge and mount your smartphone and other mobile devices without worrying about it falling off your dashboard or seat should you suddenly break or turn. Along with providing versatility and convenience, the Power Dock Pro Flex offers a safe, hands-free way to use your phone’s GPS, music, or other functionalities while charging it.”
durable molded high impact plastic, it’s accompanied with a soft touch finish to give it that elegant feel in the hand. For those of you interested in picking it up, it’s available for purchase right now through Bracketron’s web site and other national retailers for $34.95.
2. Forsaken77 posted on 10 Apr 2012, 13:29 0 1
I've been looking for a good dock in the car. I don't want something else stuck to the windshield either. I've seen plenty of other universal holders like this one but they were always cheap crap or didn't work with the phones' case. Hopefully this'll be the solution I've been looking for. Thanks for posting this.
6. _PHug_ posted on 10 Apr 2012, 16:14 1 0
I like the Band and Y-Chargers, too bad they aren't for sale yet
7. lsutigers posted on 10 Apr 2012, 20:00 0 0
Sprint carries a lot of TYLT stuff, some of it is Sprint branded though.
4. shadowcell posted on 10 Apr 2012, 14:11 0 1
Excellent idea. My dedicated car charger is very flimsy and not even a dock making it difficult to use my phone as a GPS. Look forward to these products.
5. _PHug_ posted on 10 Apr 2012, 16:10 0 0
It needs a 2nd USB female,
If it had 2 USB inputs I would buy it.
8. quryous (banned) posted on 11 Apr 2012, 09:10 0 0
In my car using this would require me to practically look at my right hip to see my GPS. The connector is right there, next to my hip. A perfect place to cause "distraction" and a major wreck.