MEZZI, a renowned briefcase manufacturer, is finding that customers are buying aluminum laptop cases for more than simple protection from an occasional bump or dropped computer. Solid aluminum laptop cases are adding a sense of security for business and leisure travelers.
One insurance company recently reported that over 500,000 laptop computers are stolen in the United States every year. Unfortunately, ease of access can contribute to theft, so in order to reduce the risk of losing a laptop to a thief it must be harder to access. This is how lockable aluminum laptop cases provide increased security.
And though it is unlikely many laptop briefcases are stolen directly out a person’s hands when they are being carried, there are times during business or leisure travel when people assume their laptops are safe. Whether left unattended in hotel rooms or in a colleague or client’s office, laptops can be susceptible to theft.
Another possible contributor to the sense security MEZZI customers have toward their aluminum laptop case is the image MEZZI cases has in mainstream media. Aluminum MEZZI cases have been used to safely and securely transport many high-value items in movies, television shows and music videos. Most recently, a MEZZI case will appear on ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” A MEZZI case also hit the big screen in 2010 with an appearance in 13, starring Jason Statham, 50 Cent and Mickey Rourke. MEZZI cases have always been a staple on NBC’s “Deal or No Deal.”
With this exposure, aluminum cases are becoming iconic symbols of safety and security, especially for business travelers who find themselves in unfamiliar places frequently.
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