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X1 Carbon adapter - 220V?

2013-10-01, 17:20 PM
I recently purchased an X1 Carbon and am going to Italy. Is the adapter rated for 220V as well as 110V? Should i use a tranformer or converter to be safe. Dont want to burn up my new laptop.
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Re: X1 Carbon adapter - 220V?

2013-10-01, 19:58 PM

Good day and welcome to the community.

 

I don't have a Carbon, but I just checked three different IBM/Lenovo power adapters: 72W - T43 era series, 90W - T60p era series and 65W - Yoga13, and all of them are labeled Input: 100-240V 50-60Hz. So, should be ok. You'll just need the appropriate adapter "prongs".

 

I'm pretty confident that other members can weigh in with personal experience to confirm.

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