A few months ago I applied for IT manager for my current company. They offered me a notebook (mid-high specification), and agreed for me to take it home. Then we agreed for me to start working the next week, when the notebook would arrive.
Long story short, they ordered me not to take the notebook home again. Note that the previous deal is not written. The reason is just because it's company property. (I acknowledge that)
Soon I will come off the probation period, and asked to sign a 1-year contract to continue working. I already send an application to a different company (and different role) without informing them (yet), and planning not to continue with the contract - the trigger is because they won't fulfill the deal agreed beforehand.
How to quit this job without giving off bad impression both to current job, and next job?
I reckon not taking up the contract is my right, but should I mention the deal, again? Note that I'm satisfied and happy with my current job, provided they agreed to allow me bring the notebook home. (I'm doing various side jobs that require a relatively high specification, and currently cannot afford to buy one, yet)