Packing Electronics for Travel

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It's a good idea to try and put the electronics you don't need for the actual journey into your suitcase. It keeps the weight of the carry-on lower and it looks less suspicious in an x-ray machine.

  • On the other hand, checked baggage is a bad place for anything that might be damaged by rough handling, or anything valuable enough to attract unwelcome attention.
  • Put all your loose cables, batteries, adapters and the like in one or two small, zippered, cloth bags (or plastic "Ziplock" bags). It makes life easier for hand-searches, for both the security personel and for you when you have to quickly pack everything back inside. --AP 12:05, 4 Apr 2005 (EDT)
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