Movie entertainment in the car? This is not a problem, especially with a tablet. Especially since it can be easily fixed to the windshield with a suction cup or with a bracket on the headrest. But, as is so often the case, the pitfalls are in the details. AUTO BILD has tested nine fastening systems and shows their strengths and weaknesses.
Winner in the AUTO BILD tablet holder test: Lamicell tablet holder
Clamp in, plug in, insert – done. The Lamicell tablet holder is attached in seconds, stable during normal driving and also cheap – what more could you ask for?
How AUTO BILD tested it
The tablet holders had to prove themselves in three disciplines: assembly, installation, behavior while driving. The latter was divided into different stages such as cornering, braking, normal driving and driving over cobblestones. In addition, it was evaluated how flexible the mounts can be used (e.g. which tablet sizes fit). Finally, the price/performance ratio was also evaluated against the background of the performance in the test. The results are summarized in the categories “Flexibility”, “Handling”, “Safety & Quality” and “Price/Performance Ratio”.
The test results at a glance
Conclusion on the tablet holder test
tablets in the car? Yes! The perfect replacement for an entertainment system. But please only for the passengers and attached to the headrest. The suction cup mounts are overwhelmed by the weight, and the constant wobbling is annoying.