Smartphones Mount Easily in Your Vehicle with a Device Mount from ProClip USA Inc.

Updated: January 05, 2011

CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ProClip USA, Inc. today announced a variety of new Device Holders / Device Mounts designed to securely mount the AT&T BlackBerry Torch, and the Verizon and Sprint Bold smartphones to car, truck and SUV dashboards and consoles.

“Securely and conveniently mounting handheld devices like the BlackBerry, without damaging a vehicle’s interior, is what we do best,” says Bjorn Spilling, president of ProClip USA. “We offer mounting solutions that are custom designed for virtually every car in the world, and all popular handheld devices.”

ProClip USA has just released new Device Holders / Device Mounts for other new smartphones such as:

  • Samsung Captivate, Samsung Galaxy S phone (AT&T)
  • Samsung Vibrant, Samsung Galaxy S phone (T-Mobile)
  • HTC EVO 4G (Sprint)
  • Also, coming soon are Device Holders / Device Mounts for:
  • Samsung Epic 4G, Samsung Galaxy S phone (Sprint)
  • Samsung Fascinate, Samsung Galaxy S Phone (Verizon)
  • Motorola Droid X (Verizon)
  • Motorola Droid 2 (Verizon)

Device Holders / Device Mounts are available for other BlackBerry, Samsung, HTC and Motorola devices. All products available at www.proclipusa.com.

ProClip Car Mounts provide the mounting platform to attach any ProClip Device Holder / Device Mount or adapter. The ProClip Car Mount is the only vehicle specific, consumer installable mounting bracket in today’s global market. The mount clips into the dashboard seams, providing a very sturdy and tight fit. Average installation time is 2 minutes. No dismantling of the dashboard is required and there is no damage to the vehicle’s interior!

About ProClip USA, Inc.

ProClip USA, Inc. is the exclusive North American distributor of ProClip in-vehicle device mounting solutions and accessories. ProClip products are designed so that the consumer can mount their own electronic devices, such as mobile phones, MP3 players, GPS navigation systems, and satellite radios, to a variety of locations in virtually any vehicle. The company's mission is to supply customers with convenient, secure, easy-to-install mounting solutions that provide a safer and more enjoyable driving experience.
 

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