When reaching checkpoints in an airport, we normally hear "Laptops must be removed from their cases and placed on the belt". But with the newly designed carry-on bags, security will allow to have laptops passed for x-ray inspection. This new case include either a fold-down section in a bigger briefcase or a stand-alone protective sleeve that contains no extra clutter and can be readily viewed through the scanner.
This new "checkpoint friendly" laptop case will be available by late September or early October by the two biggest luggage manufacturers - Pathfinder and Targus.

Reference: Sharkey, J. (2008) Bag Help Laptops Pass Air Security. NYTimes


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  2. Z'riz said...

    this would really be cool! I hte logging my lappy along because it's such a bother to keep on opening them and placing them on the belt!

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