[76attendees] Obtaining laptop power cords in Hiroshima

"Kevin P. Fleming" <kpfleming@digium.com> Wed, 21 October 2009 20:14 UTC

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Subject: [76attendees] Obtaining laptop power cords in Hiroshima
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I'm traveling with a laptop with a power supply that uses an IEC C5
(Mickey Mouse) connector on the supply end; I've looked for a
C5-to-Japanese cord here in the USA, but all I can find have a 3-prong
plug on the receptacle end. Based on Ole's website (and others), it
seems like I'll need a 2-prong plug to have any chance to be able to
plug in at the hotel and other places. I've got a plug adapter already,
but I'd prefer to not have to use it.

Will it be fairly easy to find such a power cord in Hiroshima, or should
I try harder to find one before leaving the USA?

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