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August 12, 2008

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Steffen Siebert

Hi,

I don't use laptop bags, because they're uncomfortable to carry. My notebook is protected by a simple and cheap neoprene sleeve and stored with other belongings in my daypack (which doesn't even feature a notebook compartment).

At the airport security checkpoint I remove my notebook from the daypack, but due to the sleeve it's still protected. Nobody ever cared or complained about the sleeve at the checkpoint.

Ash

I've not heard of these before, I guess it's a good idea but at $130 it's quite expensive for me as I don't travel that much. I see the advantages for the well travelled business man.

Cheers,

A.

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