Re: Ron's post - Laptop Workstation Swivel Table
We've done something similar in our B, using an industrial goosneck that we purchased off Ebay. It's attached to the cowling with U shaped clamps. The metal laptop table was also purchased from Ebay, it had the ball joint attachment. This allows us to tilt the laptop to any angle. With the gooseneck attachment we can also move the entire unit out of the way. That makes it much easier for our old creaky bones to get in and out of the cab seats. It also makes a handy snack table.
We have a tablet PC that we use in the RV. It's hooked up to a GPS unit and also has a wireless broadband internet connection through Verizon Wireless. This allows us internet access on the road. The coverage is really pretty good and seems to be improving quickly.
Our new toy in the RV is a webcam that's attached to our GPS. Chino wrote a software program that allows people to log in to our website and track where we are and see a live video feed from the webcam as we head on down the highway. We had fun with it while in the Grand Tetons this past fall. We had friends from Australia and Malaysia viewing our live webcam as we drove through the National Parks.
Here's a few pictures: