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August 01, 2008

Travelers Move Quicker Through Security Checkpoints with New CODi Laptop Case

By Stefania Viscusi, Assignment Desk Editor

While more and more people are using laptops today to stay connected with family and colleagues while on the go, the use of the devices while traveling can slow down a busy road warrior if they get stuck at an airport check-point.
To help keep busy travelers moving through these checkpoints quickly, CODi, a maker of laptop carrying and tablet cases, has announced a new check-point tested laptop carrying case.
The new CT3 Checkpoint-Tested case takes away the hassle of having to open and empty one's bag at X-Ray machines as the bag can be safely sent through the x-ray.
This capability makes traveling through airport security check points hassle and stress free. Also, the bag includes a Velcro enclosure so traveler's hands are free to collect shoes and other belongs removed during the security check—helping them to make their way through the line more quickly and efficiently.

The new CT3 Checkpoint-Tested bag boasts a unique patent pending butterfly design and retails for $225.00.
CODi Inc. focuses on the "corporate road warrior" and provides products to help make traveling with mobile accessories easier.
The company is also environmentally conscious and along with "conscientious shipping practices" works in partnership with CarbonFund.org to offset their CO2 emissions in the atmosphere. As a "carbon free shipper," the company offsets their environmental costs of shipping CODi products by reinvesting in initiatives in renewable energy, energy efficiency and reforestation.  For more, CLICK HERE.
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