Sneak was delighted to discover an innovative product from gadget maker Arkon: the Executive Laptop Steering Wheel Mount. As the name suggests, this cunning device allows a busy executive like Sneak to attach a laptop to a motor-vehicle's steering wheel, via a sort of fold-down-table arrangement. Having tried it out, Sneak does have one or two suggestions. First, some sort of swivelling gimbals arrangement would help to stop the laptop sliding off during sharp cornering manoeuvres and, as Sneak discovered to his cost, the mount should have its own airbag. When attached it stops the one in the wheel going off properly - if unsuspecting users should happen to hit a tree whilst trying to retrieve a fallen laptop from under the brake pedal.
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