An American airline called JetBlue is now offering passengers the first in-flight email and internet service over US territory, making use of a specially-designed aeroplane laptop stand from Keynamics.The laptop stand, called the Aviator, was created to handle turbulence and bumping from other passengers. It angles and extends the laptop keyboard 2.5 inched past the front edge of the tray, providing a comfortable wrist position, according to the makers.
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The stand raises the screen three inches off the tray table, achieving the optimum eye-level for passengers.
The Aviator provides room to work comfortably, even when the passenger in front has reclined their seat, says Keynamics.
User can also use the laptop stand off the aeroplane for use at hotels, coffee shops or at the office.