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Recent reviews for this item:
Barry, March 7, 2013 I put together the mount very easy when to put in my playbook it will not clip in the. It does not go around to lock it in place so it will fall out.
Paul, October 18, 2012 Don't buy this for a nexus 7 tablet. It has a very small
area in which the tablet fits straight. A little to the left
or a little to the right and the tablet falls through the
gap in the plastic and sits diagonally in the mount.
Pilot, October 15, 2012 I used this mount to install a Samsung Galaxy 7" tablet in
my Ultra-Light aircraft last year and it is working out
just fine. I built a stainless steel bracket to hold the
cradle to the instrument panel that allows the Tablet to
fold under the panel when not in use. I would give it a 5
star rating if the sliding end of the cradle was a bit
Richard, July 19, 2012 The RAM Mount Universal Tablet Mount Tab-Tite Cradle RAM-
HOL-TAB2U is an outstanding RAM product. It works very well
with the BlackBerry PlayBook. I would like to see a velcro
strap option with this holder to better support the
PlayBook when in an OtterBox, or perhaps a larger holder
for safety. It does hold but the aforementioned would make
it a safer option.