Qantas' airport lounges are set to go desktop-free for a spell, as the airline begins trialling the removal of iMacs to keep step with a laptop-loving, tablet-toting world.
According to a report by Australian Business Traveller, Qantas is pulling the desktops from the lounge on a trial basis.
In place of the desktops, Qantas will reportedly set up its printers to be accessible by both PC and Macs from the free in-lounge Wi-Fi networks, and will also offer iPads for travellers to borrow if they've come without one.
If it works, Qantas may pull iMacs from all of its lounges.
Read more at Australian Business Traveller.