Re: How is typical home computer used today?
On Sun, 14 Dec 2014 22:48:49 +0100
mourik jan heupink - merit <email@example.com> wrote:
> berenger.morel writes:
> > In France, the electric network provide 220V to everyone.
> Are you sure? Starting from 2000 or so, the whole of europe has
> gradually changed to 230v, as a compromise between UK (240v) and the
> rest of europe (220v).
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supposed to have 220 +/- 10%, which covers from 200 to 240 and a bit more.
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