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Student
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HP Mini 110

Can my HP Mini 110 run on 22 volts as well as 110?  Heading for Germany and need to know for sure.

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Re: HP Mini 110

The Above information is wrong.......

 

the HP adapters operats on the power range 110-240... so it will work... however you'll just need a plug adapter which will convert the US type plug to a german type of plug....

 

you do not need the step down converter........

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Dean
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Re: HP Mini 110

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North american power adapters support 110-240 volts input. If you are going to germany, you need to try for power converter that fit into germany sockets. Here is the type of plug points in germany:

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Re: HP Mini 110

The Above information is wrong.......

 

the HP adapters operats on the power range 110-240... so it will work... however you'll just need a plug adapter which will convert the US type plug to a german type of plug....

 

you do not need the step down converter........

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