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I purchased an earthed adapter in England. I haven't found it online, but I did find some that look like it. Some of these state they are not earthed and some don't say: http://www.go-distribution.co.uk/travel-adapters-and-usb-chargers.html
It's relatively easy to find country specific grounded adapters (search for Schuko grounded adapter http://www.amazon.com/Grounded-Universal-Schuko-Adapter-Germany/dp/B004SY5O5K ) but as far as I am aware there is only one universal (rebranded by Tumi) the Skross World Adapter PRO+ .
Your laptop is unlikely to require electrical ground. For one, it would make it difficult to operate when on batteries. Various people are disagreeing with me here, very well, the main content of my answer remains unchanged below: Poland uses type E Euro sockets: http://www.power-plugs-sockets.com/poland/ The ground "pin" is actually part of the socket ...
This is a concept that simply does not exist (at least not in widespread form) in Europe, and if it did exist, it probably would not be popular. While the USA has many people who love being spoiled by services (e.g. getting your groceries delivered to your car instead of taking them there yourself; getting your dinner delivered to your car instead of having ...
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