HTC Touch-Pro car-holder V2.0 - V5.0
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- less snug fit for the phone (scratches)
- less force required to mount on the HAMA-equipment
- instead of HAMA 5.8mm screws can be used (more rigid laptop-holders or camera mini-tripods)
- thinner base-plate
- overhang on lower side of HAMA-mount less steep
- thicker back-plate
- less stringing
improvements in V3:
- cross-supports on the back
- less snug fit of the phone (better but not yet perfect)
- allow third-party plugs that are wider then the default-one
- less snug fit on the HAMA-connector
- can also mount on camera-equipment (1/4")
improvements in V4:
- hole to access the power-button
- hole to keep your stylus
improvements in V5:
- allow even wider USB-plugs
- holes between the cross-supports in the back against warping and to save material
- mount on any HAMA-compatible or camera-compatible suction-cub/tripod/screw-on/...
- insert phone with keyboard extended
- optional: use cable to attach power and car-stereo/headphones or even external monitor
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