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Bracketron announces the release of the Mobile Hold-iT Device Mount.


MINNEAPOLIS, MN, April 18, 2007 - Bracketron Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of custom electronic mounts in mobile device management, has released the Mobile Hold-iT, a device for mounting iPods, mobile phones, and many other products.

The Mobile Hold-iT easily installs onto a vehicle’s dashboard or vent louvers to provide a secure mounting solution that is easily accessible. Its unique “Slide-On Fastening System” allows the user to mount virtually any mobile device. Because the Mobile Hold-iT is made with 3M VHB tape it can securely mount to a variety of surfaces and works with all generation iPods with or without silicone skins.

“This product is multifunctional. The 3M tape options allow us to mount a mobile device to a car interior, office computer, or home refrigerator,” said Mark Mandel, Bracketron’s Vice President of Sales, “We sell the Hold-iT with extra male and female connectors so you can place a mate in your car and office, keeping your cell phone or iPod right where you want it.” “Our customers want quick, easy and flexible mounting for all of their mobile devices. We designed the Hold-iT to give them the versatility they demand with the quality Bracketron is known for,” commented Gerardo DeCuffa, Bracketron’s Executive Vice President.

The Mobile Hold-iT is available now for a suggested retail price of $14.99. For a full listing of distributors and retailers you can visit their website

Bracketron has established itself as the industry leader for easy to install products that are compatible with many portable electronic devices on the market today. Bracketron has created a fresh approach to solving the application needs of the new Satellite Radios, MP3 players, GPS and traditional cell phone market.


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