I work a fair out of my work vehicle but also wanted to find a solution that ideally would assist with that do as well as allow me to work the radio’s digitally from the 4WD with ease. In other words a place to host the laptop. A ram style mount to hold a laptop would require installation, be suitable for only the vehicle it’s installed in and there not inexpensive. So while researching possabilities I stumbled across Working Mobile https://workingmobile.com.au/ a business operated by Owen Wade. After perusing the web site late one evening for some time I decided upon one of their desk options. However I was unsure and wanted to take a look before ordering as there not inexpensive either.
I called Owen the following day as he’s based in Victoria and explained what I was trying to achieve. Owen invited me out to his home office to take a look at their products. Owen was very genuine and accomadating and I decided upon the Roadmaster desk. https://workingmobile.com.au/collections/car-desks/products/roadmaster-car-desk While not their most expensive in vehicle desk option it meet most of my requirements.
The desk can be easily transferred between vehicles and using your typical suction mounted holders I’m able to set the desk up to suit the type deployment. You will need to use a suction disk mount first however there less than two dollars and readily available on EBay.
A have a few idea’s for some additional modifications which I’ll share with you when done. So if your looking for a easily transferable vehicle desk this might be a solution for you. While not inexpensive it did meet most of my requirements being easily transferable and no drilling installation. Since most times I travel alone loosing the passenger seat is not a concern. If it is then a ram mount option assuming your vehicle is large enough may be the way you’ll need to go. Give Owen a call if your looking for a mobile work solution for work or radio play. They also have several other products you may be interested in if your a mobile worker like me.
A closer view