The Central Florida Computer Society, (http://www.cfcs.org), has an "adult show and tell" otherwise known as the TechSIG (Technical Special Interest Group). At tonight's meeting, I'll discuss my latest gadgets, given an appropriate amount of time, but if not sufficient, I'm also posting on my blog for reference.
http://amzn.to/2mNrqNH. The base has three extendable tabs that fit just about any cup holder simply by turning the knurled portion of the rounded section above them. The stalk is a goose-neck that is easily adjusted and remains in place over rough roads. The clamp is a press closed against the sides of the phone, and pneumatic when you press the release lever.
Looking to cut the cord on your TV? The IVIEW-3200STB Multimedia Converter Box. Digital to Analog, QAM tuner, with Recording function interfaces between a simple off the air HD antenna and your TV or home theater system. With it's QAM tuner, you'll get all the broadcast channels in the area plus a guide. Plug in any USB flash drive or external hard drive, and it supports digital video recording. Outputs are RF (channel 3 or 4), HDMI to get you up to 1080p video and HD audio, the usual red/white/yellow composit video and audio too. Comes with a nice remote that I'd probably synchronize with a Harmony all-in-one remote to minimize all the controllers that now surround my TV set. Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2o3Aaza
https://www.linuxmint.com/download.php. You can burn a DVD or make a USB flash drive and run it as a trial off those media. Once you like it, you can install and overwrite Windows, or make a dual boot installation.