In the US, electrical outlet frequency is listed at 60Hz and 120v. If I am traveling to a country with 50Hz, do I need a transformer? My appliances work with the voltage that is listed in the country ...
It's a standard U.S. Dell laptop. I'll be in Manila, mostly in a hotel for a conference.
Are there any single-plug (not "powerstrip"-style) adapters that can work for Italy, France, the UK, and Switzerland? It seems very cumbersome to have to pack 4 types of adapters. 'European' outlet, ...
I read that I need an European plug converter in Egypt. How hard is it to buy a UK to Europe plug in Cairo?
I'm driving cross country and back this summer, and will be baking in the sun for most of it. So I'm looking for recommendations for gear and/or strategies for harnessing some of it to make ...
You can buy travel adapters for AC power plugs, but do powerstrips exist that accomodate different international power plugs in one unit? When travelling and collaborating in an international ...
For international flights of 12-15+ hours, do the planes usually have AC power available in Economy? If not, is there a standard "airplane power adaptor" that can convert the DC into AC to power a ...
How would I charge, say, an iPad with the standard U.S. adapter and cable? (Asked on behalf of a twitterer.)
I'm travelling around a few cities in India, from Delhi to Bangalore. What type of plug adapter should I pack?