How do I Travel with my IHT Device Safely?

How do I Travel with my IHT Device Safely?

It recommended that the best possible care be taken when traveling with your equipment. When traveling by air, it is strongly recommended that the IHT Device be carried in a well-padded computer bag. There are many commercially available bags for this purpose. Just as you will not check your computer, you should not check the IHT Device as it is not clear how carefully these bags would be handled in the high volume environment of airport baggage handling.

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