Portable DVD Players Roll with the (Car) Punches with ‘Mo-Go’ — Universal Mounting Device for In-Car Use Keeps Player Secure While Driving; Eliminates Fights To See the Screen

February 07, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL (February, 2006) — Portable DVD players can turn the family car into a rolling movie theater that minimizes cries of “Are we there yet?”, but simply handing a child a player to hold is a recipe for disaster. Children quickly tire of holding duties, and sudden stops can lead to drops and associated damage. Digital Innovations’ MobileDR Portable Solutions Series™ Mo-Go™ solves the problem by mounting the player between the front seat headrests for hands-free viewing.

Smaller than a computer keyboard, the Mo-Go is a rectangular platform that installs in seconds with spring-loaded mounting arms that extend from both sides. Simply pull the arms out to the appropriate length, hook one arm over each headrest, and secure the DVD player onto the platform with the two built-in straps. The player will stay firmly in place in the event of bumps, lurches or even an accident.

Positioning the player between the headrests ensures that everyone in the back seat can see the action, helping to keep peace on short and long car trips alike by eliminating arguments over who gets to hold “Shark Tale” or “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” on his or her lap. Mounting the player instead of holding it also frees the hands for other activities, including use of the remote control.

The Mo-Go is compatible with portable DVD players with screen sizes of up to 10.2” and bases of 10.5” x 7.5”, and supports weights of up to three pounds. It works on virtually all cars with adjustable front headrests.
The MobileDR Portable Solutions Series Mo-Go is available now at an MRSP of $29.99 from Best Buy and other leading consumer electronic retailers, and at www.digitalinnovations.com.

About Digital Innovations
Digital Innovations enhances consumers’ everyday digital experiences with creative solutions for protecting, maintaining, fixing and optimizing consumer electronics products and digital media. The company’s flagship product, SkipDR, is the world standard for optical disc repair. The company was established in 1995 and is headquartered in Arlington Heights, IL. For more information, visit www.digitalinnovations.com.