Today These days everyone knows that tablets are the most sought after gadgets on the market , and there is a real battle between the companies that manufacture them. One of the latest ideas of the creators is dig deep into the world of airlines and air travel , since there seems to be a good vein for product placement .
Some time ago Apple decided to equip the Delta terminal (one of the most elegant) John F. Airport Kennedy with 200 iPads, and now Samsung has upped the ante . The South Korean firm signed a contract with American Airlines for inclusion Galaxy 6 000 units Tab 10.1 in the various flights of the company with first class service . As reported in the press release tablets be modified to provide exclusive content . On one side it will change some aspects of the interface of Honeycomb to have a design related to the flights, and moreover be added entertainment options . A point still was not too clear is access to Wi Fi . More likely is that users can not navigate through the tablet, although there is talk that could be placed as a service passengers would have to pay separately . Future we will be more developments. On the flight will incorporate the first-class Galaxy Tabs must mention New York (JFK) – Los Angeles, New York – San Francisco; Miami – Los Angeles and Boston – Los Angeles . Some flights to and from Europe and South America will have this service available but not specified destinations enabled. Vía | Engadget.