September 2010 Issue
Letters: September 2010
I’ve been following the EFB debate for years—often considering but never committing to buy a device to take with me on IFR trips, yet reading everything available on the subject. I was amused by your "Gear of the Year" awards (July 2010 Aviation Consumer) in which you awarded fully three different devices to do the job of plate reading, flight planning and enroute EFB. It seemed as if my own reservations were validated by your conclusions: There just isn’t any one device that does the whole job well.
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