Iím strictly a vacation flyer and the last thing I want with me on a holiday is a computer. However, due to unexpected time constraints, what had originally been planned as a leisurely car trip to a family reunion has turned into a flying one. And you canít do a family reunion and all its genealogy without a computer.
Which finally brings me to the question: how are laptops screened at airport security?
Location: Danville, CA - "When I read about the evils of DRINKING, I gave up READING.
And it will not hurt your laptop. Although I would never know if it hurt mine, since I am such a computer illiterate.
One suggestion, if you will.... Put some type of identifying mark on your laptop both top and bottom, ie, a sticker, highly recognizable business card, etc. People have similar laptops and tend to grab the first gray box and walk away. If this happens to you and you have a password protected laptop, you will NEVER see it again. ORD disposes of at least 20 a month.