WAEA: e.Digital eVUs for Austrian
HANDHELD IFE provider e.Digital has added Austrian Airlines to its list of customers.
The Californian-based company supplies its eVU player directly to airlines and as part of the turnkey offering of UK-based provider Mezzo. In the past 15 months it has chalked up steady sales via Mezzo and directly to Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, Air France, Alitalia, Neos Air and Corsairfly, offset by the loss of business from failed premium-only carriers MAXjet and Silverjet.
eVU offers 20+ hours of continuous video playback from a single battery charge and is available with either a 7in or an 8in high-resolution LCD screen. Storage capacity is 80-200Gb, enough for many hours of films, television shows, music, specialty programming and games.
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