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You need an international travel adaptor, from the European plug type, specifically plug types E & F, to an Indian plug, type D. See WorldStandards - Plug & socket types for further information. If you are a competent electrician, you could snip off the existing 'foreign' plug & change it for a domestic… I would weigh that against not ...


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The rating is a maximum power value, and your MBP will draw only what it needs. Your MBP needs up to 60W in order to work at full power AND recharge the battery. Using a 24W charger will only charge the battery if the MBP is using less than 24W to run. However, because 24 is much less than 60, it's likely that this power source will be insufficient to power ...


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It is safe to use a lower power charger than the factory supplied charger but NOT safe to use a higher one. The biggest problem you may have is that your laptop may use more power than it is receiving even when on charge so you need to let it charge without use if using a significantly lower power charge like you will receive from your cigarette lighter. It ...


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