Ellicott City, MD (PRWEB) December 02, 2013
For the nearly 200 million people in the United States that use smartphones at home, work, and school, SnakeClamp Products has launched a new Smartphone Attachment for its popular SnakeClamp mounting solution. The SnakeClamp features a flexible gooseneck arm, interchangeable attachments and five different base mounting options.
The Smartphone SnakeClamp facilitates video conferencing, Face Time, watching podcasts and videos, conference calling, listening to music, and more. Consumers no longer just use their phones as phones, said Gerald Zuckerwar, co-founder of SnakeClamp Products. So, there are many instances where having a tool to hold your phone at your desk, in a conference room, as a POS (Point of Sale) System, during presentations using the iPhones Air Play feature, or even at home in the kitchen, enable improved functionality by not having to hold the device while interacting with it.
The Smartphone SnakeClamp is offered with a 9 or 18 flexible gooseneck arm which can easily be adjusted and repositioned to hold a users smartphone in the perfect location. With multiple bases, including a round base, rail clamp, table clamp, magnet base, and plate mount, the Smartphone SnakeClamp can also be used in a broad array of work and home environments.
SnakeClamp Products mounting solutions are sold worldwide and used in education, aerospace, manufacturing, scientific research, security, leisure, retail, and home applications.
SnakeClamp Products is an innovative manufacturer and distributor of flexible clamping solutions to hold what you need, where you need it. The companys lineup includes products to hold Apple iPads, tablet PCs, eReaders, and phones, as well as products for general workholding, arts and crafts, video security and webcam applications, photography, commercial and industrial manufacturing and automation, aviation and aerospace, and scientific research and development at companies ranging from Fortune 100 corporations and venture funded startups to internationally recognized universities, government agencies, public schools, and more .
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