More and more, travelers are making laptop computers part of their journeys. Of course, investing money in a laptop means you want to keep it safe from theft and damage. The first step is selecting a laptop carrying case that matches your computer.
This isn't as easy as it sounds. For instance, Apple's MacBook Pro model with a 17" screen is 15.5 inches wide, but a Gateway with the same size screen is more than 16 inches wide and needs a bigger bag. So you can't just shop for "17" laptop bags" and be sure of getting the right fit.
That doesn't mean you have to haul your laptop to a store and try all the laptop luggage. Instead, shop at online retailers that ask you to enter your specific type of computer and show you only results that match it.
What happens to unclaimed luggage? Why would people not pick up their valuables? What kinds of items do people lose? Believe it or not, people sometimes end up in a situation in which they do not claim their luggage. While that seems odd, it isn’t entirely unusual. Perhaps the traveler has taken a t