- By panda will
- Published 09/27/2011
Airlines may soon be serving up greater than dried up chicken and honey roasted peanuts on tray tables. Skycast Solutions recently launched TrayVu, an Android-powered in-flight entertainment system that is incorporated into the seat-back tray. Instead of looking at a hunk of beige plastic, fliers would get a full take a look at an Android tablet having an 8.9-inch screen. It can be viewed in the seat back position, or flipped on top of the tray table down. More fun than a regular seat tray. (Credit: Skycast Solutions) The systems will let customers order food and drinks for their own reasons or another family members (and maybe strangers) and run up a tab. The typical in-flight movies will be on tap together with ads, shopping, music, and games. If however you work with an airline, you will want to read about cellular phone requiring no seat modifications and that the device adds under 2 pounds of weight per seat. Related stories ? Not able to in-flight entertainment within an car seat tray table iPad age ? American Airlines adds Android on the horizon Probably the biggest advantage of frequent fliers is the power to lower these devices as a result of a fair level. Forget about reaching up to activate a touchscreen. You can keep it there together with your cup of watered down coffee and peach danish in the plastic bag. Be kind to the next passenger and wipe that danish off your fingers before pawing your complimentary in-flight Android tablet.