Gomadic Creates New iPhone 3G, BlackBerry, And Other Vehicle Mounts To Handle New Summer Devices

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In anticipation of the iPhone 3G and other summer device releases, mobile accessories guru Gomadic has created new car/vehicle mounts to provide universal support for all of your mobile products from BlackBerry and Palm Treo to iRiver and Motorola.

The Gomadic Corporation announced today the release of its newest universal vehicle mounts at http://www.gomadic.com . By adding new bean bag dashboard and cup-holder mounts to their established universal auto mount suite, Gomadic has created a complete product package for workers who want clear visibility and fingertip access to their devices without committing to a device specific product accessory. Similar to their TipExchange technology that allows consumers to use one charging cable on over 2000 devices by simply changing the tip, Gomadic mounts completely eliminate the demand for the customized manufacturer accessories that change with new device upgrades (and the high costs that accompany them).

"Why pay the high accessory costs every time you buy a new smartphone or GPS device when you can purchase a long term--and cost effective--solution?" asks Gomadic President Don Cayelli. "The beauty of both the dash bean bag and cup-holder is that they give drivers maximum flexibility while freeing up their console. And unlike the windshield/suction cup model, it won't leave that ring on your windshield that can alert thieves who are looking to steal a GPS device from your vehicle."

While Gomadic vehicle mounts have always offered maximum flexibility to accommodate the avalanche of technology products available to today's consumers, the dash bean bag and cup-holder mounts promise to be the most flexible. The dash bean bag mount can easily be moved from vehicle to vehicle or from driver's side to passenger side with minimal fuss while the cup-holder mount means your device won't clutter your dashboard or console.

"And they work just like our other mounts," adds Cayelli. "Both bean bag and cup-holder mounts have arms that adjust independently, swivel supports, a no-scratch backing, and a quick release button to keep you fast and mobile."

30% smaller than the competitors, Gomadic's dash beanbag and cup-holder mounts mounts are less obtrusive and free up much-needed space on any vehicle. Backed by Gomadic's lifetime warranty, all Gomadic mounts and products make the most practical sense for any consumer tired of roaming the aisles looking for more product accessories to fit their new iPhone or BlackBerry.

According to Cayelli, however, it's precisely the universal features that really set Gomadic mounts apart from the competitors. "While everyone else out there is selling custom fit pieces, Gomadic.com believes that one size should fit all--especially for busy families with several different devices to mount at different times," Cayelli says. "The mobile device market is set up to increase manufacturer profit margins by creating demand for device accessories that will soon be obsolete. Gomadic seeks to end this cycle with pragmatic solutions that focus on the customer's bottom line."

By increasing the options available to consumers with universal products for the entire family, Gomadic seeks to redefine the accessories market and put the buying power back into the customers' hands. All Gomadic auto mounts are available for sale at http://www.gomadic.com or for review by contacting rod@gomadic.com.

About Gomadic

Taking its name from today's burgeoning class of "nomadic" technology users, Gomadic (http://www.gomadic.com) was formed to help businesses integrate their existing mobile tools with the flexibility, responsiveness, and increased productivity of wireless technology. Their Tip Exchange Technology is just one of the many reliable products Gomadic has created to streamline the mobile marketplace with accessories such as PDA mounts, chargers, adapters, and USB and GPS cables. Headquartered in the heart of Northern Virginia's Technology Corridor, Gomadic provides solutions worldwide.


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