Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Exploding Laptops Banned on Airlines

Airlines Bans Laptops and Notebooks but there is a Solution!

Passengers are experiencing even more turbulence with laptop computers on airlines. Virgin, Qantas and Korean Air are 3 of the latest airlines to place conditions on Dell, Apple and likely Toshiba laptops.

Today, Toshiba recalled laptop batteries in the popular Dynabook and Dynabook Satellite notebook models. Batteries manufactured by Sony may catch on fire or explode due to a manufacturing defect in a small number of batteries.

Company managers concerned about delays and loss of data over the Transportation Security Agency's latest iteration of the airline-passenger and baggage screening systems, now can add exploding laptop batteries to the list of reasons not to travel with laptop computers. Laptop Rental Solutions
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