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Almost all power-supplies made in the last 20 years are "switching" -- that is, they adapt to the voltage they are given. For example, look at this one, which is for the Viking. See where it says Input: 100-240AC? That means you are cool anywhere in the world. You will need a Euro-plug adapter like this one to make it actually fit in the socket, about ...


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No, you may not. Here is United's electronic devices policy, which is entirely standard across the airline industry and just happens to be the first one I found when I searched. It says, Devices that are NOT permitted for use: radio receivers and transmitters A WiFi router is a radio transmitter, so it is not allowed. As another example, ...


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Your question is not really travel related; but I will answer the travel related parts: Do not rely on Internet being available, or being available at a particular speed to get your work done. Carry a laptop that is portable enough for you to be lugging it across airport terminals, buses, and even being sturdy enough to being banged around a bit in the ...


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After I posted this I tried logging in to Amazon India with my US account to see what would happen, and it worked. Then it was just a matter of entering my hotel's address as the delivery address, and using their phone number as well (after confirming with the front desk that they'd accept a delivery from Amazon). I paid for one day delivery and it worked ...



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