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I frequently fly all over Europe with shoe-box PC's or various measuring devices in carry on luggage. The measuring equipment is very expensive: € 250.000 is pretty normal for a single device. You don't want to let it out of your side or risk a baggage-handler to throw a suitcase around. And they don't like temperature fluctuations much (calibration issues). ...


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I've brought computer parts resembling what you have onto the plan before without issue. They didn't even take a second look at it. You should have no problem, though the one part of the PC they might have concern with is the UPS.


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I've carried a Transtec Senyo mini PC (http://www.pcpro.co.uk/transtec/transtec-senyo-610/29152/transtec-senyo-610-review) to and from Iceland many times. Usually with a laptop and an eee-pc in the same bag. I just make sure I take out each device and put them in trays just making sure that they aren't on top of each other (although I've never had issues ...


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In general it is not forbidden (I suppose there could be exceptions, comment if you know any!), but you may get a bit of scrutiny. You will not be the first person that day to have large electronics on you; IT contractors bring all sorts of electronic hardware through security checks. I suggest taking it out of your bag and putting it in a separate tray, so ...



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