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  1. 02589's Avatar
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    I take my Pre and Touchstone with me everywhere I go.

    Sorry about the poor quality of the pics. I used my old iPhone.
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    That looks like a really old plane. What plane is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by palandri View Post
    That looks like a really old plane. What plane is it?
    Not old at all, just looks well-used. The wall of LCDs (commonly known as a glass cockpit) show it to be pretty new.

    It looks comercial, and I see two engine throttles. 02589, is this something like a 737?
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    This is indeed a 737NG...possibly a 700. SWA pilot are you? Pics are too blurry for me to see the reg#.
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    The pre looks sexy sitting there.

    Don't forget to put it in airplane mode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sothrowd08 View Post
    The pre looks sexy sitting there.

    Don't forget to put it in airplane mode.
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    Here is a couple of pics I took last weekend on my trip for Michigan to Saint Louis during all-star weekend. It was my first time flying and I loved it.









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    Will second, it def. looks like a 737NG. OP is based out of Las Vegas...appears to be flying a 737-700...given the fact that Las Vegas is Southwest's busiest airport by departures/arrivals, let's play our odds
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    Hmmm i'm still wondering where you insert the keys to start up that bad boy...?

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    Nice, I'm on my way to mounting a Palm Pre in my airplane. I just have to work on getting an airplane
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brain_ReCall View Post
    Not old at all, just looks well-used. The wall of LCDs (commonly known as a glass cockpit) show it to be pretty new.

    It looks comercial, and I see two engine throttles. 02589, is this something like a 737?
    OK. I guess I don't know planes. It was this picture by the Pre that made me think it was old:

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    I'm not really supposed to give out details these days. All I can say is that you folks are pretty smart and play your odds well. Come on over and do it again on the craps tables. That will be a party.

    SDRANGER619, the Palm Pre doesn't need a key to start it. I'm serious. The Palm Pre is probably more powerful than any device that you can see in those pictures. Most everything you see is either control or indication of a computer(s) that you can't see. The one possible exception might be the MCP, which is a long box on the top/center of the very wide angle view. Even it is just an autoflight interface box. OTOH, the red parking brake light is probably the only thing that you can see that costs less than the Palm Pre.
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    Here's a picture I took with my Pre in an airplane:

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