You've got the bags packed, the map handy, and the kid settled in the backseat, it's time to hit the road. You've even brought along your iPad 2 loaded with some favorite children's movies for entertainment. Why take a chance with a child holding your iPad? inCarBite's M2-20-2 iPad 2 case and headrest mount secures your iPad in the perfect viewing spot and keeps it charged for the whole journey.
The impact-resistant case will come in handy inside and outside of your car it's made of tough plastic and covers all four corners of your iPad 2 to keep it safe from drops and other hazards. Its mounting arm doubles as a stand so you can prop your iPad up on a table for hands-free viewing at home.
Attaches without tools
The universal headrest mount attaches without tools to almost any removable headrest, and locks into place for secure iPad use and viewing. Your backseat passengers will be able to check out their movies in comfort without tying up their hands. The impact-resistant plastic mount is made to enjoy a long life in your vehicle.
Adjusts to best viewing angle
To use the case and the mount together, simply insert the case's mounting arm into the mount that you've attached to the headrest. Once installed, the mounting arm locks into place to keep your iPad safe. You can enjoy tilt adjustment for optimum viewing angle from the backseat. Removing the iPad case from the mount is as simple as disengaging the safety lock and sliding the mounting arm out.
The headrest comes with a 12-volt adapter you can plug directly into your iPad the headrest mount offers a charging connection for the adapter as well. Place your iPad into the inCarBite case and attach it to the headrest mount and you'll have power for the whole ride.
Use inCarBite at home, too
The inCarBite iPad 2 case also works with their desktop and kitchen dock, which gives you a convenient home for your iPad 2 on the table or underneath a cabinet for easy viewing. It offers a built-in powered speaker so the whole family can enjoy music and movies without having to worry about sharing headphones.