Traveling with your iPad just got easier

Traveling with electronic devices has dramatically changed over the past few years. While most business travelers still carry their laptop computers, many also bring along a smaller, lighter tablet device. In some cases their tablet may even serve as a replacement for their laptop while on the road. Leaving their larger screened computer at the office or home and taking their sleek, lightweight iPad, iPad Mini or other tablet with them can prove to make travel that much easier.

For a quick business trip, taking along just your tablet may be a great solution – especially if your primary tasks can be completed through email, web resources and apps. And if your tablet runs Microsoft OS you may even find yourself editing spreadsheets and multitasking in applications.

Even more reason to carry your more portable iPad or tablet when traveling is that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) allows your to leave your tablet device inside your carry-on luggage while passing through airport security checkpoints. Not having to remove your iPad or tablet from your bag while going through security checkpoints can be a nice time saver. You still need to remove your belt, shoes and Smartphone but keeping your iPad in your bag is one less thing to worry about.

If you can get by with only taking your sleek iPad or Tablet, then use a smaller Mobile Edge case to take with you on the plane. Check out our complete line of Mobile Edge laptop and Tablet cases and accessories. If you do still need to take your laptop with you while traveling, remember to use a Mobile Edge Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Bag.

To read more about TSA guidelines on traveling, visit their blog site.

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