Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack

Travelling with a notebook computer and a bunch of related gizmos can be a drag, particularly when the TSA agent does his or her job properly and makes you pull your laptop from within your pack before passing it through the X-ray screener. Case Logic’s Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack makes frequent flying bearable thanks to a TSA-compliant dedicated laptop compartment that opens flat at the pull of two zippers, thus helping you zip through security while protecting your device from bumps and bruises via plush padding. Otherwise, a luggage strap holds it nice and tight against your carry-on, strap management features keep excess strap material rolled and out of sight, and an organization panel provides slots and compartments for all your junk to remain easily accessible, even from the comfort of a legroom-less budget airline seat.

Grab one at Amazon ($67) or Case Logic ($100)