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Laptop in Europe
Mike Danger"Diane..."a place both wonderful and strangeRegistered Userregular
I am planning on bringing along my MacBook on a trip to Europe with me. It's not going to be moving anywhere--I'm leaving it in the hotel where we're staying.
I'm a bit confused about adapters though. I saw that Apple sells a "world adapter kit" for $40 which seems extremely overpriced. Is there a better way to rig myself up and acquire sweet, sweet electricity?
(The type of adapter I was told to purchase is the one in the picture below. I have no idea what the name for it is.)