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Touch Screen Display and Dash Mounts


December 14, 2016 - Products

Havis Inc. has introduced a lightweight touch screen display that mounts directly to a vehicle’s dash panel. The new space-saving display functions as an external monitor, providing the option of docking and mounting computing devices in the trunk to maximize space and create a comfortable work environment inside the cabin.

The new TSD-101 Havis Touch Screen Display and C-DMM-2000 Series Vehicle Specific Dash Mounting Bracket Kits are easily adjustable to create ideal viewing angles and are compatible with Ford Interceptor Utility and Sedan, Chevy Tahoe, Dodge Charger, Ford Transit, and Ford F-150 models.

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