Electrical Business

Gamber-Johnson introduces NotePad V Universal Computer Cradle

June 16, 2010


Gamber-Johnson released the next version of universal computer cradles, NotePad V. Building upon the original release of NotePad in 1995, the company focused on improving “five crucial areas of importance: Security, Function, Safety, Aesthetics and Installation,” says Tom O’Brien, product manager at Gamber-Johnson. In each area features have been added including:

– Special “flanged” side clips and heavy-duty keyed lock security
– Reversible front and back supports, sliding mounting plates, and adjustable restraints to accommodate different sized computers
– Gusseted rear support brackets and other features were tested and passed the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS)
– Smooth surface of anodized aluminum finish and rounded edges
– One-handed operation for inserting and removing the computer from the cradle



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