Have you ever been stuck behind someone in an airport who forgot to take their laptop out of its case at a security checkpoint? Yeah, that person. Or were you ever that person? The TSA has recently approved a new bag design that eases security screening burdens for those traveling with computers and other electronics. Targus and Pathfinder were expected to adopt this new design but a quick search on their respective websites yielded nothing new. Earlier this morning, Engadget released a story on the arrival of Skooba Design’s TSA-approved laptop bag but later updated the story, stating that Skooba Design’s CEO still has not released the final product pictures and what they had on their site was just an illustration. Fast forward 4 hours and Gear Diary’s Judie Lipsett has photos to go along with a rundown on the new bag’s design and features. I can’t wait to get these bags. I’m so tired of being that guy.
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