For some time now, Gadling has been following Transportation Security Administration plans to begin allowing laptops to be screened while remaining in special so-called "checkpoint-friendly" laptop bags.This past Saturday, TSA began allowing certain bags to go through screenings with laptops still in them. The TSA has a helpful information manual up on its Web site right now, cautioning that this apparent relaxation in security procedures does not cover every laptop bag on the market.
Gadling Gear ReviewIn this product review, I'm going to give you a brief look at the newest checkpoint friendly laptop bag from Belkin. The new regulations from the TSA permit you to keep your laptop inside its carrying case if the ... Read Post
Gadling Gear ReviewBack in August, the Transportation Safety Administration relaxed its rules for getting your laptop through the security checkpoint. Essentially, the rules say that a laptop can stay in its bag, as long as the X-Ra... Read Post
Do you have a “checkpoint friendly” laptop bag? As of Aug. 16, 2008, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) allows laptops to remain in their bags — but only certain kinds. I flew through San Francisco International Airpor... Read Post