People forget that Normandie was so ahead of her time that even her tourist class cabins were equipped with wide-screen LCD video panels. In cabin class, a steward could be summoned to provide an HDMI cable for connecting the passenger’s notebook to the massive screen.
There was no stateroom Wi-Fi back in the 1930s. Stateroom hotspots finally became available in 1962, when French Line’s France offered the service (in first class only).
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