TSA launches search for the perfect laptop bag

Friday, 7 March 2008, 9:18 PM EST

Relief may be on the way for the one-quarter of the flying public who routinely carry laptop computers through airport security checkpoints and currently are required to remove their laptops from their protective carrying bags.

The Transportation Security Administration is interested in evaluating -- and eventually approving - the design of certain laptop bags, so travelers would be permitted to pass through security checkpoints without having to remove their laptops.

At GCN.

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