On 18 Feb 2008, at 10:23, Justin Mason wrote:
> 499!! I guess that off-Grafton-St frontage takes a lot of rip-off!
It certainly must.
> for what it's worth, I bought a step-down transformer, to convert 220V
> current to 110V for US hardware, in Maplins a couple of years back.
> It's nice and compact, basically just like an extra-large plug.
> It gives up to 45W of output, which should be plenty for the EEE:
Not needed - the EEE and I guess just about all current notebooks
auto-ranging power supplies. TBH if it had been needed, I'd not have
with the U.S. model - ICBA dragging a big clunky
plug around with it. However, I knew it had an auto-ranging PSU - it
a question of the physical plug arrangement.
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