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SELF-MADE: How to build your own car holder for your i-Mate Phone Editon
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 09.07.04 - 18:11:01 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 7455x
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If you are looking for an easy and stylish way to place your i-Mate Pocket PC Phone Edition within your car, you should check out this PPCW.Net Forum thread. Member "ID64" over-worked his old Sony Ericsson his old car holder to use it with his Pocket PC Phone Edition.

After his over-work it even includes a charger for the device:

Well done ID64 and a great idea :idea: It looks stylish, not that bulky and together with a Bluetooth headset (or better car system) it should works pretty well! And, best of all - as it looks this should work for most Pocket PCs (and even Smartphones).

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by ID64 on 09.07.04 - 23:04:37

Thanks, Arnie for recognizing my work smile

I should have post this a while ago, I was using it for my first iMATE, but it wasn't painted in silver at that time.

I think, that I can open shop now smile

Posted by ID64 on 09.07.04 - 23:05:56

Sorry about misspelling your name, Arne!

Posted by Thomas O. on 12.07.04 - 13:55:24

hey arnie, when will you be back ;-)

A question to this, does the imate hold only granny drivingstyle in this ....
it looks quit loose...

Posted by Arne Hess on 12.07.04 - 14:02:04

[2] No problem, I'm used to see this kind of my name by Americans (but so far you are the first Canadian... ;-)) Well, seems Arnie made a "good job" in California that everybody is spelling my name that way now... lol

[3] I'm back... Do you really believe ID64 is driving this rocket "granny style"? 8)

Posted by ID64 on 12.07.04 - 19:13:17

"granny style"?  8O I am maybe old, but not dead.

It holds imate very well. Cornering at 80-100 KM/h, taking off and slowing down no problem eighter. wink

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