Macbook Travel in S.E.Asia: Recommend a Kit

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by freebooter, Oct 25, 2007.

  1. freebooter macrumors 65816

    freebooter

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    Daegu, South Korea
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    Hi:
    I'm setting off shortly on a 2 month trip to Hong Kong, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos.
    I have never traveled with a Macbook, so I could use some advice on what to take.
    Recommend a backpacker's travel kit, if you please. I have a protective shell, big ziplocs and sleeve, but I'm wondering what kind of cords, adapters, surge protec., etc. Should I take copies of my install discs? and so on

    Oh, I'll be using it in mid to low budget accommodation, dry-season. I'm using it for a course in Thailand, and for photographic purposes afterward.
     
  2. saperboy macrumors newbie

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    I went to Cambodia once and brought along my MBP together with my photo gears. I used my MBP for backup storage of all my photos at the end of each day. Nothing special to bring, just bring along one of those multi-socket adapter which you could probably buy from the airport. Oh, in S.E.A. as far as I know most if not all countries are using 220volts. And dont forget, most of all enjoy. Take lots of photos.
     

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