Hello, Abhishek. The monitor/CPU can be checked in as luggage. Please bear in mind that for domestic travel, each passenger is allowed one item of hand luggage weighing up to 7 kg (including a laptop) and one piece of checked baggage weighing up to 20 kg. For international flights, these limits are increased to one item of hand luggage and one oversized bag.
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The TSA acknowledged that a computer monitor may be packed in checked luggage, although they do not suggest it. Packing a monitor in a checked suitcase should only be done as a last option. It is not recommended because monitors are bulky and take up much space. If your monitor is too large or heavy for one of the checked baggage slots, consider shipping it by standard mail instead.
Checked bags will be weighed at the airport check-in counter before loading onto the plane. If your bag weighs more than 50 pounds (23 kg), you will need to pay extra for a larger checked bag.
If you plan to travel with a laptop, it's best to pack it in your carry-on bag to avoid any delays at security checks. However, if you must pack it into your checked bag, be sure to limit its size to reduce the risk of having your bag over the weight limit.
Personal electronics are permitted in both checked and carry-on baggage. In fact, keeping devices like computers, MP3 players, video cameras, and video gaming systems with you may be better, because checked luggage may be jostled quite a deal as it is loaded onto and off the plane. These items should be packed in hard cases or plastic bags to protect them from damage.
The only real restriction regarding carrying electronic devices on board is that they must be powered down at night. If they aren't, then you might be asked to turn them off so that other passengers can get some sleep. This is especially important for very loud or visually intrusive games or applications that others may find annoying.
In most cases, having a game or movie console aboard will not cause any problems, but sometimes carriers require that certain items be checked due to security concerns or if they have specific guidelines and regulations that apply to their fleet. For example, all U.S. airlines allow personal electronic devices to be carried on board, but some require you to check them in because of the size of their aircraft. The same thing happens with trains and buses - there are restrictions based on the size of the vehicle and the need to make sure that everyone has enough space to sit down.
The best way to find out what will happen with your device is to call or email ahead of time to speak with a customer service representative.
While laws only allow for one piece of hand luggage, travelers are permitted to bring hand bags and laptop bags with them. It is advisable to avoid large items in the hold as they can cause delays at security checkpoints.
Checking in laptops is easy and takes just like any other piece of hand luggage. Just make sure that it fits under the seat in front or behind you. You should also know that batteries must be removed from laptops before they can be checked in.
Laptop bags help to protect your equipment while traveling and allow you to take your work with you.