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iLugger and 21.5" iMac


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Hi,

This is my first post and would be grateful if someone has an answer to my doubt

I have an old 20" iLugger from my old 2007 iMac. I'm planning on buying the new 21.5" iMac and was wondering if anyone knows if ti fits into the 20" iLugger? I know the new imac is a little bit more than 1 inch wider, but maybe someone has tried this and knows if it fits?

Thanks, this will help me a lot.

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The problem isn't the thickness with the newer 21.5" iMac, it's the overall dimensions. Why don't you go to the Apple store site and compare the dimensions of the new iMac with the inside dimensions of your iLugger case? I suspect the thickness part (width of the case) is going to result in slack space but the overall dimension may be tight.
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