Great, what about power supply? Do most laptops these days come with a multi voltage system? The laptop will be made to work with 240V which is standard in the UK. Will this be able to work in the US or other countries where the voltage differs?
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Check the input voltage on your laptops power supply, most new ones cope with taking the lower voltages in the USA. I've never had a problem plugging my laptop in around the world (just using a standard 3 pin to local pin layout adapter).
If you look at the back of the power supply it should say input 100-240V so if you go to the USA which is 120v all you need to do is get a travel adaptor to convert the UK plug to US style you dont need a voltage changer. They cost about £5 for 2. You can get them from Boots, Superdrug or at the airport.
I travel to LA twice a year and have had no problems with power or wireless.
By "wireless card".. do you mean normal wifi using 802.11b/g? Or do you mean using a GSM receiver using "cell phone" technology?
If it's normal wifi, then you will have no problem. If it's a GSM receiver that uses cell technology.. then you will need to find a compatible GSM cell phone service provider in whatever country you go.
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