International Voltage and Plugs for Laptop Computer



International Voltage and Plugs for Laptop Computer

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International Voltage and Plugs for Laptop Computer:

Hello Janell,

Luckily for use internet writing travelers, most laptops can take a range of voltage from 100 to 240, and this about covers most of the electrical currents of the world. So that means that I do not travel with an electrical voltage converter.

But the electrical plugs are very different in many countries, so I use one of these plug adapters:

These plug adapters have spaces to plug in various sized plugs on one side and then there are many different options on the other side to plug into a socket. This things are cheap ($10-$15) and I think everyone should travel with one if they want to use electronics.

Just be warned that these plug adapters do not convert voltage, so be sure that the appliance that you plug in is made for the electrical current of the country that you are traveling in.

Thanks for writing.

Walk Slow,


Question about international electrical current and plugs:

Also, just do you charge your laptop? What with different plug-ins and all everywhere, how on earth do you account for all those??

P.S. If this information helps you out at all (or if you just appreciate my effort in trying haha) I would love it if you could tell or email a friend or two about Vagabond and/ or the Song of the Open Road Travel Blog. Thank you!

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