BMW Shows Off Factory Mounts For IPad

Posted: Sep 20 2010, 8:27am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
BMW Shows Off Factory Mounts for iPad
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iPad gets factory dock for BMW

BMW has some really cool and expensive luxury cars. The company has all sorts of interesting features in many of its cars and at the Paris Motor Show BMW showed off a new option for back seat entertainment.

The car has factory integrated iPad docks in the rear seats that will allow the iPad to be used as a slick high-tech rear seat entertainment system. I can really see kids and riders in the back getting some use out of the iPad for watching video, playing games, and surfing the web.

A 3G enabled iPad in the back seat would make a great car computer for passengers on long trips. The iPad docks are integrated well into the design of the vehicle and don't look like something that is merely tacked on like many of the aftermarket docks.

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