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Hi. i am going to buy an imac 20'' and i would like to ask you if i can carry it with me as a handbag in the airplane, or i have to pay it as fragile luggage

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PS : i am in germany .
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There's no iMac handbags. If you've seen images they have large bases, plus they're pretty heavy to be lugging around. Plus, you can't take it out on the plane because you would have to plug it in, and are you going to set up a desktop computer in a plane? Just put it in as luggage if you absolutely have to take it.


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I think the OP is just asking how to transport it on an airplane after purchase to get it home.

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There's no iMac handbags. If you've seen images they have large bases, plus they're pretty heavy to be lugging around. Plus, you can't take it out on the plane because you would have to plug it in, and are you going to set up a desktop computer in a plane? Just put it in as luggage if you absolutely have to take it.
I'm sorry, but you're wrong. There are carry cases for the iMac. They were darn good as well.

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sry for the misunderstanding. i am a student in germany and i only want to transport it one time per year when i m going back home (Greece). i dont want to use it on tha airplane.
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