LaptopTraveling with a Laptop
When using your laptop on a plane (or train) be careful of spills. Whenever the flight attendants come around with the drink cart, I always close my laptop so nothing will spill or accidentally splash on my keyboard.



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2 Comments On "Travel Tip of the Day: Traveling with a Laptop"
  1. David|

    Also, if in economy, make sure your screen is positioned so that that if the person in front of you suddenly reclines, your screen doesn’t get smashed. Had this happen once, but thankfully it only smashed the exterior of the screen and not the screen itself.

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      Good tip!

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