In Pictures: Look, ma, no hands! 9 mounts for mobile devices

On the desk or on the go, it is often inconvenient -- and sometimes dangerous -- to have to hold your smartphone or tablet. These mounts for your car, office or home let you drive, work or play hands-free.

Mountek nGroove Snap While Montek's nGroove CD Slot Mount ($20), which attaches via your car's CD player, has been available for a while, the upcoming nGroove Snap ($35) is more versatile than its predecessor. In addition to fitting into your car's CD slot, it can be wedged into any seam.

When not in the car, you can use the mount as a desktop stand or as part of a tripod for taking photos or videos. Your phone or small tablet (10-in. tablets may become dislodged in bumpy driving) attaches to the mount by a thin magnetic badge that you can place inside your case.

Mountak just wrapped up a successful Indiegogo campaign to raise funding for the nGroove Snap, which should ship in late July.

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