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    Airplane Seatback Tray-Table Case

    I travel a lot, and I'm looking for a case that will allow me to watch a movie on my tablet by hanging it from the seatback tray table. I found this case: Amazing Case for Tablets - Electronics and Travel Case - Cabeau but it's far more bulky than I'm looking for -- I don't want all the extra pockets and leather -- just a clear cover over the screen and a way to hook it to the tray table.

    Has anyone seen anything like that on the market that would fit the TFP? Has anyone tried to make one on your own? If so, do you have any tips?

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    Looks like a minimal design. You can always utilize mesh pockets for carry on something like tickets, boarding pass, keys, change, passport, reading materials, or wallet plus cell phone. Personally I like the tablet design.
    Last edited by Rlarson_mn; 05-31-2012 at 03:14 PM.

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    Wow...i really like that. I would put my Prime and my Nook in there, plus a few other useful things and that would be all I need for the whole flight. Takes up much less room than my backpack! The price is too steep for me, however, since I don't travel enough to spend that much.

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    I use this case all the time...you could just set it on the fold down tray?

    http://www.amazon.com/transformer-PR...8322059&sr=8-2

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    Quote Originally Posted by droiduser10 View Post
    I use this case all the time...you could just set it on the fold down tray?

    http://www.amazon.com/transformer-PR...8322059&sr=8-2
    I actually just flew 4+ hours each way with this case and it was nice. The ability to change angles works well for this.
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    I just got back from Cuba & I just asked the person in front of me to hold my tablet.
    Sure their arms got tired, what with reaching back and holding it behind their headrest....but it was cheaper than a case.

    (and if you promise not to light yer shoes on fire....they really don't seem to mind)

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    @droiduser and @ches... I also have the same case and it works great. I just really liked the video of that flight case, showing how you just take out that one sleeve from you carry on (and that sleeve has enough room for other stuff), and then just stow the rest of your crap!

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    Interesting idea. My issue is slightly different... I travel to/from work on a coach but it doesn't have a fold down table (so you don't get a hook). The seat back has a hand hold and I did spend some time prototyping a cover that I could attach to that. Just couldn't come up with something that attached safely (i.e. wouldn't fall off!) but was easy to attach/remove.

    I have a GreatSheild cover now (very similar to the one mentioned above) and have the thing sitting on my lap... but it's not the same as having it set at near head height infront of you.

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    This product is amazing!!

    Quote Originally Posted by mslafka View Post
    I travel a lot, and I'm looking for a case that will allow me to watch a movie on my tablet by hanging it from the seatback tray table. I found this case: Amazing Case for Tablets - Electronics and Travel Case - Cabeau but it's far more bulky than I'm looking for -- I don't want all the extra pockets and leather -- just a clear cover over the screen and a way to hook it to the tray table.

    Has anyone seen anything like that on the market that would fit the TFP? Has anyone tried to make one on your own? If so, do you have any tips?
    ]Ifound this on airclipz.com its these two hangers that fit in your pocket and you hang your ipad or tablet on it and it just works great. really simple and fits in your pocket cheap too

 

 

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