Panasonic Dishes More Info on Its eX3 In-Flight Entertainment System

Posted by at 11:40 am on April 8, 2011

Panasonic’s Android-based in-flight entertainment system that was tied to Virgin Atlantic last summer has now been further detailed by the company as it’s ready for getting customized by different airlines. The eX3 system is based on Google’s Android and gives users access to news, live television, games and access to Facebook . Users will also have broadband Internet access and GSM access for their compatible phones.

The hardware includes touchscreen controllers, capacitive screens, proximity sensors and 3D displays in certain systems, though these may be limited to business-class seats. In-flight video conferencing is also said to be part of the feature set.

Passengers will have access to 300 hours of movies, music and TV shows and be able to create a playlist to view during the flight. Higher-class systems will let users plug in their own devices into the seat backs to access their own music, videos and other content. All seats will have USB ports built-in for charging

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