Aero-Tray Makes In-Flight Productivity Possible Beth Snyder May 4, 2014 With more and more airlines offering in-flight Wi-Fi, more of us can actually get some work done while we’re in the air. However, if you’ve ever tried to put anything other than a beverage cup and maybe a napkin on a tray table, you know how very little room they offer. If you’re really lucky, the seat next to you will be open so you can use that one as well, but that almost never happens. What you need is an Aero-Tray. It’s a portable, ergonomic work area designed to sit on an airplane’s tray table. It offers you ample space for your laptop, paperwork, and even your beverage. It sits on nonslip rubber feet and attaches firmly with two elastic straps. It adjusts for multiple viewing angles, which allows you to use your devices even if the seat in front of you is fully reclined. Aero-Tray is designed for your laptop to sit on the top shelf, while the bottom shelf extends to hold either your paperwork or your snack and beverage. If you aren’t using a laptop, the top shelf on the Aero-Tray has a fold-up rail to hold a tablet, your phone, a book, or whatever else in place. When folded, it doubles as a protective case for your laptop, measuring 14″ W x 9 5/8″ D x 1 1/4″ H and weighing just 1 lb. 10.5 ounces. It’s made of plastic and slips easily into your bag. The Aero-Tray is available now for $59.00 US, and it’s well worth it if you spend any amount of time trying to work on the plane. Source: The Gadgeteer Share This With The World!