More and more pilots are incorporating the versatile iPads with their flying. Problem is, where do you put the iPad during a cross country flight? MyClip has come up with a solution that turns the computer into a kneeboard.
This allows hands-free operation while airborne while making it easier to type or change screens, according to company officials. It also secures the iPad when working on tables or other slippery surfaces.
The unit is designed to work with the HP Slate, the Galaxy Tab, the XOOM and the Acer Tablet. When introduced this past summer at AirVenture, more than 400 pilots purchased copies of the MyClip accessory, according to officials with Wicks Aircraft, which sells the item.
Wicks Aircraft Supply has the units in stock and is selling them for $39.95.
For more information: WicksAircraft.com or 800-221-9425