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Playmobil Advent Calendar - Day Nineteen
Mobile office redux
I got myself a little laptop table. It is supposed to hook on to a steering wheel (with a comical notice warning you not to use the product when driving - duh) but there is nothing on the passenger side to hook it on to.
However, I found that if I flip up the bracket, it is a good size for the iPad Mini, and the magnets on the protective case help hold the iPad in place.
Not only that, but the little indentation for the cup is a perfect fit for a McCup of tea (coffee, chocolate, etc).
Couple that with my phone for tethered connectivity, and some music via wire link or Bluetooth, and I'm good to go...
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