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e.Digital's Kino personal video player

Peter Rojas
e.Digital Kino

So e.Digital, the company that makes those Kino personal video players with the 7-inch 16:9 widescreen LCD that Alaska Air is renting out on flights now (it comes pre-loaded with about 10 movies, a few TV shows, and over 100 songs), is making them available for other companies to customize and sell under their own names (which is what APS did for Alaska Air). Usually not the sort of news worth bothering about, especially since you probably still won't be able to just buy one yourself (not that you'd want to given the billions of other options which will be flooding the planet over the next few months), but it does mean we might potentially start seeing these things pop up on other airlines.

[Via I4U]

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