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Another electric converter question.

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I just picked up a travel converter for an upcoming trip to Paris/London. Of course stupid me I didn't read the back until I got home and noticed it said do not use with computers, tvs or any other product with "electronic circuitry".

Do they all say that as a general warning or should I return it and hunt for another one?

Anyone seen this before? I had planned on bringing my lap top and my Iphone.

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