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Topic # 113372 15-Jan-2013 12:47
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I am travelling to Canada in a couple of weeks and am thinking about picking up a Dell XPS12 Convertible whilst I am there.  
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I think that I will be ok in terms of the differing power supplies (will obviously need an adapter plug) but haven't really found anything that confirms this.
Just wondering if anyone knows anything definite in regard to this.  I have not had any response  from my query to Dell about this yet.

And (trying my luck even further)... have been looking around for Dell resellers in Vancouver and haven't really found much and again, no response to a couple of email queries.   Hoping that it is possible to buy this way  rather than via the Dell Canada website...


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  Reply # 745083 15-Jan-2013 13:52
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Power supply will not be an issue providing you use an travel adapter when in NZ.

The only thing you need to worry about is Warranty. You need to check with Del whether the warranty is global or not and whether you can pay little extra in Canada to convert it into a global.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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