Travelling with Electronics
When you leave with your device, remember you are responsible for it and no one else, you should always keep an eye on and make sure it’s in good condition at all times. For instance if you taking your laptop with on an office trip, and your hotel has a room safe, you can lock your electronic items in it with reasonable confidence. Without a room safe or a reliable cable lock, you might not want to leave your laptop unattended. Consider buying a laptop case with nontraditional styling if you are visiting a region known for laptop theft. While you are in the terminal, maintain physical contact with your laptop case as you wait for your flight. Back up your data before you travel in case the worst happens and carry the telephone numbers of your cell phone service provider and Internet service provider in a separate place so you can contact them if any of your electronic devices are stolen. Remember to always have back up of your work, because nothing is guaranteed. Be wise and don’t be drawn in by thieves, avoid dodgy people and be on the safe side and come back with your items back in your hands at once.
You will eventually need to recharge your laptop, so bring your charger on your trip, and remember to bring a plug adapter and / or a transformer if you are traveling overseas. Most chargers only require plug adapters because they can handle up to 60 Hz and 220 volts. Some airplanes have electrical outlets you can use, but don't assume you will be allowed to recharge your electronic devices during your flight, especially if you're flying coach. Emergency chargers are battery-powered and can give you several hours of laptop use, even if you're far from an electrical outlet.
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Date Added: 07 August 2012 16:10:18