"Tom Bihn has done it. The Checkpoint Flyer Briefcase is a laptop bag that passes checkpoint screening while the laptop is still inside of the laptop bag. Previously, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) required that all passengers traveling with a laptop computer must remove their laptop from their bag and place it in a bin for screening. The design by Tom Bihn meets new TSA guidelines that offer a clear and unobstructed image of the laptop in the bag when undergoing X-ray screening, yet are still protective. Tom Bihn has met the TSA’s design challenge. Even better, this bag is made in the Tom Bihn factory in Seattle, Washington. I don’t have one of these bags yet, but I can hardly wait to travel without unpacking and reloading my laptop at airline security checkpoints. Woohoo!"
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