Imagine an economy class seat with a tablet computer pre-loaded with video games, movies and iPad-style touch screen controls. It would make those vacation flights so much more entertaining.
SkyCast Solutions created TrayVu(tm), an Android tablet that can be installed into an existing seat with two screws and a plug. The screen has flexible viewing angles and HD resolution on a 8.9-inch screen. Canada's WestJet announced that it will introduce the TrayVu Slim(tm) tablet technology on board their two newest Boeing 737 aircraft. Hopefully other airlines will follow the lead and give us more in-flight entertainment options.
Update: The company introduced TrayVuSlim, the only portable device with a stand that converts to a clip allowing full use of tray. Passengers will be able to watch movies, TV shows, children's programs and more.
The device is lightweight and very slim enabling airlines to board more devices. It incorporates a Samsung Galaxy tablet offering the highest screen resolution available. The device offers airline specific interface with user-friendly tablet navigation.