iPad Makes Air Travel a Breeze

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By iDan on Apr 25, 2010 at 9:21 PM
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    MTV’s Multiplayer technology blog ran a really fun little post today about blog author Russ Frushtick’s in-flight experiences with his iPad. He talks about a couple of ways in which his iPad made a recent flight much more bearable than usual.

    For starters, he said that the iPad takes up so little space in comparison to a laptop, that you still have plenty of room for your beverage, food and so on, so you don’t have to stop watching your iPad while you eat your meal. Secondly, he said that the iPad’s battery life was truly impressive, enabling him to watch over seven hours of video on two six-hour flights, with his iPad battery still approximately half-full at the end of it. He also confirmed that you don’t have to take your iPad out of your bag when going through airport security, again in contrast to a laptop.

    Frushstick’s sole cause for concern was how easily his iPad toppled over when the person in front of him put their seat back, but that’s something that could probably be put right with a suitable case. His conclusion is that the iPad is by far the best media device to use when it comes to air travel. “It’s like having your own, personalized seat-back TV,†he says, “but you don’t have to suffer through bad reception and re-runs of TLC reality shows.â€

    By Maura Sutton, iPadForums.net
    [Source: multiplayerblog.mtv.com]
     

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Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by iDan, Apr 25, 2010.

    1. arshield
      arshield
      Atl made me take it out of the TSA approved bag and re-scan it tonight. But other than that I thought it was good too.
    2. EARL97850
      EARL97850
      So basically in your case...it was treated just as a laptop?

      Cya
    3. Isaac Newton
      Isaac Newton
      Looking forward to making the 14hr trip to Tokyo seem much shorter w/ my iPad ;-/
    4. kheldour
      kheldour
    5. arshield
      arshield
      Yes.
    6. EARL97850
      EARL97850
      I know it was mentioned in other posts...it just depends on each individual TSA agent. And as the iPad becomes more mainstream it might be treated just as yours did as a laptop security issue.

      I don't think anyone would argue if it went the other way and TSA would treat it just like a iPod or mp3 player.

      Cya
    7. gentlefury
      gentlefury
      As long as they dont force you to open it!
    8. EARL97850
      EARL97850
      Haha..."I'm telling you for the last time Mister...the damn thing DOES NOT OPEN"!!!

      "All I have figured out is how to turn the thing on...Oh ya, it doesn't do FLASH!!!

      Cya

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