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    Anyone Using iLugger?
    I saw this product advertized right here in a banner ad, and it looks interesting. Basically, a carrying case for your iMac. Neat idea. My question is whether it fits under a standard airline seat. It if did, it would be really neat to be able to take your 24" iMac with you when you were going to be away for any signficant amount of time.

    So, is anyone with a 20" or 24" iMac (still the Mac I am lusting after next) using an iLugger carrying case? What do you think of it?
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    I don't know who you fly with, but every airline I know limits carry-on luggage to 1 backpack/messenger bag sized bag (and a handbag/purse). I'd just put it back in its original box and mail it to your destination if you need it that badly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    I don't know who you fly with, but every airline I know limits carry-on luggage to 1 backpack/messenger bag sized bag (and a handbag/purse). I'd just put it back in its original box and mail it to your destination if you need it that badly.
    It doesn't have to be a backpack type messenger bag. It's one carry on and one personal item (purse, laptop, etc). The carry on can be a suitcase, as long as it us under a certain size.

    The rules must be different in the UK.

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    The rules must be different in the UK.
    They are, and for a lot of European countries.

    It's basically just one piece of hand luggage, the end. So for women that means their handbags, it means laptop bags, it means.. just one.

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