A few months ago, my laptop shut off and wouldn't turn on. I brought it into Apple who told me there was liquid damage despite my absolutely meticulous care and no-drink rule, quoted $1200. My meticulous care of my computer doesn't extend to vaping near it, but I'm getting there. Fortunately I know to get a second opinion before being shaken down, so I did. Long story short, what seemed to be a fried computer really just needed a good cleaning (for less than $50, fuck you very much Apple). I work mostly from home and am in front of a computer all day. The Mac laptops are known for getting particularly warm due to their aluminum design, and thus fans are often running. Fans that suck in VG-laced vapor. I have, at times, found VG residue trapped under my phone case, kindle case, places like that. While I am admittedly guessing, I can only imagine that is what made its way into my computer and the guy who cleaned it agreed. Literally nothing else makes sense with the way I treat my laptop, aka my access to livelihood. The good news is that, again, all was fine in the end. Vaping did not ruin my computer. Vaping probably ruined nobody's computer. However, it's good to keep in mind that electronics and the humid fog we collectively expel into our living spaces don't mix well. I doubt this would have been a problem if I didn't spend as much time in front of this exact computer as I do. So for most, this is a non-issue. For those who spend a significant chunk of time with especially laptops and especially Macs, I'd say it's a good policy to crack it open and clean it yourself every few months, or else have it done professionally. That is all!