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Will my computer monitor and printer work?

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Hi D.Ba,

I am not sure if your PC and printer work, but I do know currently I am filing the K1 Visa and noticed that the paper size here in Singapore does not match the paper size in USA. Therefore I have to buy papers in SG and to ask my fiance in States to go to a library/office that has adjustable paper size printing to print out the documents to have consistency so that our documents will not be in different paper sizes.

You might want to check the socket for PCs in your country.


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My computer won't travel with me. Just the printer and monitor, if possible. My monitor was a 4-digit euro investment, would be a shame to leave it behind.

Paper sizes are no problem. I regularly print photos in all kinds of sizes. Printer adjusts to all.

I'm not concerned about the voltage, there's converters from 220 to 110, more the frequency, 50 vs 60 Hz

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My computer won't travel with me. Just the printer and monitor, if possible. My monitor was a 4-digit euro investment, would be a shame to leave it behind.

Paper sizes are no problem. I regularly print photos in all kinds of sizes. Printer adjusts to all.

I'm not concerned about the voltage, there's converters from 220 to 110, more the frequency, 50 vs 60 Hz

Our experience is most relatively recently made things work everywhere. We brought our TV and computer monitors from South Africa and they all work here. We didn't bring a printer. In the old days I know you couldn't bring a TV across but now everything seems made to work across the full 110-220V spectrum and handle any input.

And yes um paper size is easy enough to adjust.

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Monitors and printers can be had here for decent prices. Unless it's a professional printer for photos, just pick up anew one here.


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Yes, PC's, printers, and laptops will work in USA if the power supply 'brick' in the middle of your power cord has a label that says something like "Input:100 - 220 VAC".

You will need to obtain a AC plug adapter that allows your AC power plug physically fit the wall outlets in the USA.

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I wonder if the plugin to the monitor is the same as we have here? Then you could just buy new cords vs adaptors.

You will need to obtain a AC plug adapter that allows your AC power plug physically fit the wall outlets in the USA.


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NLR, the printer was only 350 euros a year ago, but adding that loss and having to buy a new one would be a shame. The monitor was 2,000 euros, and I'm sure EIZO doesn't give them away like that even in the US.

Especially with the euro declining so dramatically, makes you think twice about leaving things behind.

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2000 euro monitor. Yeesh. I can see why you want to keep it. Link it? Or pm me? I'm curious!


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Cord may be cheaper and better than many adaptors.

Hubs 144hz Asus monitor was $300 plus tax. Neither of us can imagine a monitor worth 2k euros. An entire comouter system plus or minus a monitor yes.


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