Tried & Tested

Travel adaptors

28 Aug 2009 by Sara Turner

Fuji’s Worldwide Travel Plug Adaptor is
well known to most frequent travellers, but the latest version is even
better thanks to the addition of a USB slot. This means iPods, some
phones and lots of other gadgets can be taken on a trip without their
power adaptors – a huge step forward. From £17, amazon.co.uk

Kensington’s
Wall Notebook Power Adaptor is the Rolls-Royce of
replacement power supplies, with tips for all the major notebooks and a
USB port for phones and other gadgets. It works with most airline power
sockets, and even has a car adaptor. It’s pricey, but incredibly
useful. £115, uk.kensington.com

Solio’s
fan-like solar charger is great if you’re visiting sunnier climes, as
it uses solar power to charge an internal battery, which can then be
used to power a laptop or phone. The Solio Magnesium Edition is a
useful gadget to have in your bag, even if it’s only for emergencies.
£103, solio.com

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