I am very low-tech, so please bear with me.
I bought a Kindle last year and brought it with me to Italy. I brought the heavy little box (transformer) and 2 round-prong adaptor to plug it in that trip. I read on a previous post (James') that perhaps I just bring the little outlet 2 prong plug in. I hope I understand correctly. Are you saying that I do NOT need to bring the transformer this time? Is there some little voltage switch that I must engage before plugging into the wall in Italy rather than using the voltage transformer? I don't want to burn up my Kindle by just plugging it into the wall with the little outlet round prong plug (adapter) w/o transformer.
(I'm not interested in buying books while traveling or connecting to computer, which I'm clueless about anyway), just reading books bought it US ahead of time and need charged Kindle.)
Thanks so much.
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