Jetairways A330 - economy - laptop power plug ?

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ATC
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Jetairways A330 - economy - laptop power plug ?

Postby ATC » 11 Sep 2010, 12:53

Hello,

This monday I'll fly to New York (EWR) on the Jetairways A330.
Does this aircraft has a laptop power plug in the economy section ?

thank you for responding.

greetz,
ATC

andorra-airport
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Re: Jetairways A330 - economy - laptop power plug ?

Postby andorra-airport » 11 Sep 2010, 13:23

No, sorry. Only in Premiere. Try to have 2 battery-packs for your laptop.

MIVB-reiziger
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Re: Jetairways A330 - economy - laptop power plug ?

Postby MIVB-reiziger » 13 Sep 2010, 12:30

Or get yourself a netbook: quite cheap and often over 8 hours of battery life... ;)

Stij
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Re: Jetairways A330 - economy - laptop power plug ?

Postby Stij » 13 Sep 2010, 13:47

Even better! Get a Ipad in NY! Mine was still working after 10 hours of films!

Cheers,

Stij
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regi
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Re: Jetairways A330 - economy - laptop power plug ?

Postby regi » 13 Sep 2010, 16:02

MIVB-reiziger wrote:Or get yourself a netbook: quite cheap and often over 8 hours of battery life... ;)

mine does just 3 hours, but I went on the cheap for 299 euro.( Packar B) 6 hours would have costed at least 50 euro more.
Don't forget that a netbook doesn't have a disk drive. So you must have installed everything already on it, or buy an external disk drive ( 39 euro ) , sometimes necesarry to install older drivers on CD or DVD.
A mouse is also better than the touchpad.

Watch out for bargains: some do offer them with XP or Vista. Go for W 7. Despite the small screen, the image is cristal clear. Difference with some other models.
Battery life is also a price matter.

Mine was sold with a 60 days MOffice trial. Instead of stepping in that trap, I installed Open Office on it for free.
Extra: I do also have the MS Works package for free. You don't find this installed standard on many PC's anymore.
Blue tooth as well.
In build web cam picture + film with sound. Great for holidays. You can put all your pictures of cell phones or camera's on it.

Positive:
    it is much stronger/stiffer than a laptop, because its smaller size.
    And the weight is also < 2 kg.
    It connects very easely with available WiFI.
    You can use it for free internet telephone over WiFI.

Negative:
you have to show it at airport security, costing you an extra 10 seconds.

I never regretted it.

suzienderson
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Re: Jetairways A330 - economy - laptop power plug ?

Postby suzienderson » 05 Jul 2011, 07:38

In economy class of jet airways A330, there is no any laptop power plug. I think all the flight have to think about it and put a laptop power plug in the economy class.


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