Programmer Michael Nygard is used to travel. He's got the process down, from airport to hotel. Unfortunately, the TSA isn't as prepared.
While passing through airport security recently, he was pulled aside and made to sit in the holding area. He watched as a gaggle of TSA workers examined his things, especially his laptop ...
"'There's no drive,' one says. 'And no ports on the back. It has a couple of lines where the drive should be,' she continues...."
As you've probably guessed, Michael's MacBook Air had them all baffled. Fortunately, a younger member of the team eventually arrived and explained that it's not a "device," but a computer with a solid state hard drive. It's good to know they're keeping up with this kind of thing.
Here's a warning to everyone traveling to SxSW this weekend with a MacBook Air: schedule a few extra minutes for the airport.
- Key specs
- Reviews • 2
- Type Ultraportable
- Screen size 13.3 inches
- Screen resolution 1440 x 900
- Processor speed 1.6 GHz
- System RAM 4 GB
- Maximum battery life Up to 12 hours
- Weight 2.96 lb
- Released 2015-03-09