TSA Scanning Tech Will Let You Keep Your Laptop in Your Bag
A recent article from Entrepreneur magazine offers encouraging news for laptop carriers. What is currently considered a time consuming, annoying task — removing your laptop from your carry-on luggage during TSA scanning security checks — may be a thing of the past.
Coming soon to an airport near you is new technology that will let you to keep your laptop safely tucked away in your carry-on luggage, like your Platinum® Elite Expandable Business Brief or Crew™ Executive Choice™ 2 Checkpoint Friendly Backpack.
(And while the Checkpoint Friendly Backpack lets you keep your laptop in your bag — you just unzip it and open it up so the two halves lays flat — these new scanners will soon make that step unnecessary.)
While it won’t happen right away (up to eight years, according to some estimates), the TSA plan to install the new scanning technology in all U.S. airports. The process began with awarding the $97 million contract to an east coast supplier.
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