Scosche’s iPad in-dash Car Mount Coming Soon

The built-in GPS in the iPad 3G plus the beautiful 9.7 inch screen makes it a good navigation equipment, but would you replace your car’s audio system with the it? Why not? The iPad got everything you need, movies, maps, radio, everything. This summer you will be able to mount your iPad in your car with Scoshe’s “iKit”. The system will replace your audio and the iPad holder connects to the base via a ball joint, making you tilt and rotate your iPad. It includes a 30-pin dock connector to USB & 3.5mm audio out cable to connect your iPad to the USB and audio port of the base.

The iKit will be available in single-DIN and double-DIN options, and according to gizmodo the single-DIN will cost $200-$300.

The idea might be cool, but do you think it’s just too much and too big for your car? It also looks dangerous when the driver uses the iPad to browse the web while driving. I’d rather have the iPad mounted on the on the headrest for back seat entertainment.

via CrunchGear

7 Comments to “Scosche’s iPad in-dash Car Mount Coming Soon”

  1. alonzo hunter 22 April 2012 at 3:07 pm #

    I would love to have one of these in my caddy sts and it help when you just dont like those factory decks but cant take them out becouse they are hooked up to your sencers on your car. This needs to hurry up and come out. Thank!

  2. jim 15 April 2011 at 8:20 pm #

    when is it availible

  3. jim 4 April 2011 at 7:31 pm #

    i want to be first to have the replacement ikit in DETROIT. how can i be down. do i have to get it installed or can i do it . im a ipad man love gagets i have my slingbox in my laptop now but soon as i get this product ill be putting my sling in my pad. lets promote this in DETROIT. i can help.

  4. Brian 31 December 2010 at 5:05 am #

    can this be possible on a monterro sport 2009 model? and if possible, do you service here in the philippines?

  5. Jeanette 1 September 2010 at 6:42 pm #

    good idea for someone wanting to do something custom, but for everyday use padholdr.com makes vehicle specific kits that install within minutes and doesnt require any visible screws or custom install. It allso allows youto easily remove your ipad when youre not using it or leaving the car.

  6. Xavior 18 June 2010 at 9:03 pm #

    Where does the amps come from for you radio. What is the wattage?

  7. Kyle 9 May 2010 at 8:31 pm #

    i’d buy one if it came out.


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