However, by complete accident I've recently got myself extremely cheap (less than £10, more on this later), non-genuine, yet dedicated N900 holder, which turned out to take 2 full weeks to get delivered from China. Is it worth the hassle? Let me cut the story short and focus on main points, starting with some action pictures.
- fits N900 perfectly
- has quite large and strong windshield suction mount
- swivel head seems solid and gives good amount of flexibility
- allows to slide out N900's hardware keyboard while mounted
- made with "soft"/cheap plastic, hence doesn't hold device firmly enough to avoid wobbly action while actually driving a car
For this price - definitely worthwhile, yet it works best if you can mount it to the windshield in a way where bottom edge of holder is supported by dashboard or generally something solid, which should get rid of wobbliness effect. I've had that opportunity and I am happy, as I have perfect-fit holder that allows me to open N900's keyboard too. Otherwise I suspect it could fall off/break/fail epically in relatively short amount of time, yet again - for this price you rather can't expect anything substantially better.
Where to buy
I've got mine from nokia-n900.com store for EUR9.99, where I didn't expect it will arrive from China. However, Chinese fellow who sent the item through was kind enough to include his business card within package, so I traced him on eBay where he sells exactly the same holder for even more ridiculous price of $5.99 (incl. postage), which makes a total of less than £4, which is peanuts.